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MAZON Supporters Use Creativity to Fight Hunger

| November 19, 2010

With the holiday giving season right around the corner, we were beyond thrilled to learn about two MAZON supporters, Suse Cohen and Adam Cohen (not related), who are tapping into their creativity to help us fight hunger. Check out their neat projects: Read More

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Partnering For Change

| September 15, 2010

With a rich history dating back to the late 1880’s, Ahavath Achim (AA) Synagogue is a pillar of Atlanta’s vibrant Jewish community. In addition to its longstanding commitment to building a welcoming home for worship, education and life cycle events, the congregation is steeped in another vital tradition, as well: the pursuit of social justice Read More

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A Legacy of Giving

| September 7, 2010

For MAZON donor Craig Newman, philanthropy was a focus from an early age. Growing up in Philadelphia, he had strong role models in his parents and his maternal grandfather Charlie. Newman never met his mother’s father, for whom he was named, but he was still a towering figure in young Craig’s life. “He was known Read More

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MAZON Joins Crowdrise for Simcha & Tzedakah Projects

| July 8, 2010

One of the greatest simchas in life comes from sharing with others. For the past 25 years, MAZON has partnered with families across the country to bring a bit of joy from a birth, bar/bat mitzvah or wedding into the lives of people at risk of hunger. With nearly 15% of Americans living in food-insecure Read More

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