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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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The Fight Against Hunger Loses a Leader and Friend

| September 1, 2010

MAZON mourns the loss of our longtime friend and colleague Bob Forney, CEO of the Global FoodBanking Network, who died suddenly on August 29. Bob has been held in high esteem by all of us in the anti-hunger community, and he will be greatly missed. Our most sincere condolences go out to his family and Read More

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Join us to Honor MAZON’s Founder Leonard Fein Oct. 24 in New York

| August 12, 2010

Download the full invitation in PDF format here. “Let us launch a Jewish campaign against hunger. Drawing on all our resources—our wealth and our wisdom, our customs and our competencies, our memories and our dreams—let us create an old/new tradition. Henceforward, as in olden times, let us set aside a portion of our joy to Read More

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Shirley Sherrod, Black Farmers & MAZON

| August 3, 2010

It would be an absurd overstatement to say that we were friends, but it is true that some 20 years ago, along with Irv Cramer, then the executive director of MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, I spent the better part of a week traveling through Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, a trip organized for us Read More

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