Series consists of meeting minutes and agendas of the executive board and officers, the membership campaign committee, board and welfare meetings, annual meetings, the contact committee, the constitution committee, the ladies auxiliary, and annual and general meetings. Also included are accompanying materials distributed at meetings such as the nomination of officers, monthly case work reports, financial and auditor reports, and campaign reports. Of note is David Green's resignation letter, records documenting the slander suit of Kirshenbaum vs David Green, the final order of foreclosure of lands and premises at 23 Cecil St., the establishment of Hachnoses Orchim (the shelter house for refugees), the discussion regarding the purchase of a cemetery, the sale of the Jewish Old Folks Home and Folks Farein's motion to purchase, and records documenting the Folks Farein merger with the Chaplaincy division of the Canadian Jewish Congress.
File consists of weekly meetings of the Folks Farein [Executive?] from 1914-1915. Minutes detail the Association's anti-missionary activities. Folks Farein's first elected officers were Mr. J. Graner (president), Mr. J. Meisniker (vice-president), Mr. Littner (superintendent), Chuna Mosoff and Mr. W. Wilman (trustees), Miss Weiner and Mr. Cohen (board of education), Mr. Kaminsky (recording secretary), and Mr. Cohen (treasurer).
File consists of meeting minutes and newspaper clippings. Included are newspaper clippings from the Yiddisher Zhurnal, mentioning the Folks Farein Moas Chitim Banquet at the Talmud Torah on Brunswick Ave., a request for donations, the establishment of an employment bureau by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, income for the months of May through October, and a notice from the President A. Sher to the Jewish community for a happy new year. Minutes are signed by M. Handelman.
File consists of meeting minutes of the executive board and officers, the membership campaign committee, board and welfare meetings, annual meetings, the contact committee, the constitution committee, and the election for President and officers. Mentioned in the minutes are activities surrounding hospital and case work, the Passover drive, the membership campaign, the Folks Farein judicial action against the Canadian News, the case of Kramer vs Folks Farein, the election of a Constitution committee, report on negotiations with the United Jewish Welfare Fund and the Canadian Jewish Congress. Included are financial reports, an analysis of income and expenditures, and election results of officers and Board of Directors. Of note is a letter from David Green announcing his resignation as President of the Folks Farein in 1942. Following his resignation David Green continued to serve as Hospital Chairman.
File consists of meeting minutes and newspaper clippings. Included with the minutes are monthly case work reports, financial reports, campaign reports, meeting agendas, a list of organizations and trades assisted by the Folks Farein, names of doctors rendering free service to patients, a letter to Mr. Sunshine, Chairman of Pride of Israel Jubilee Committee, a letter regarding the installation of new officers, and a draft newspaper announcement for the membership campaign. Mentioned are the Ladies Auxiliary New Year's Masquerade Ball at the Coliseum and the Philadon Club. Minutes are signed by A. Scher, honorary president; S. Lent, president; M. Bronstein, first vice-president; and A. Weisfeld, second vice-president.
File consists of meeting minutes of the board and officers, general meetings, and nominations for officers. Mentioned in the file are the activities surrounding the election of officers, membership campaigns, banquets, the New Year's Eve Ball and beauty contest, Passover report of activities, and the discussion of the Folks Farein Constitution. Interspersed between the minutes are financial records, hospital case work, and auditors reports. Societies and organizations mentioned are the Pride of Israel Sick Benefit Society, the Junction Knesseth Israel Ladies Auxiliary, the Berkeley Street Congregation, and the United Jewish Welfare Fund. Of note is the first mention of the slander suit of Kirshenbaum vs David Green and a pending action between J. Samuels and the Folks Farein regarding the final order of foreclosure of lands and premises at 23 Cecil St. Beginning in February 1936 minutes are recorded in English.
File consists of meeting minutes of the board and executive, the officers, the ladies auxiliary, annual meetings and nomination of officers, an emergency meeting and general meeting minutes. Included in the minutes are hospital and case work reports, building committee reports, good and welfare reports, financial statements, reports on the establishment of Hachnoses Orchim, the Shelter house for refugees on the premises of the Folks Farein, and the nomination of David Green as President in 1948. Also included is a notebook containing Yiddish notes from meetings between 1943 and 1948.
File consists of meeting minutes of the executive board and officers, delegates, ladies auxiliary, annual meetings, the Passover relief cases committee, nomination and election committee and the hospital visitation committee. Included are hospital and case work reports, building committee reports, good and welfare reports, financial statements, report of activities of the Hachnoses Orchim, discussions regarding the purchase of a cemetery, the plans for a 20th year Jubilee banquet in honour of President David Green, the sale of the Jewish Old Folks Home buildings and Folks Farein's motion to purchase, and the first concert given at the Ontario Hospital School in Orillia.
File consists of meeting minutes of officers and the board. Included in the file are concert reports, hospital work reports, Folks Farein activity reports, discussion of the membership and delegate drive, the announcement of Rabbi David Monson as treasurer, plans for the annual Passover program., a concert held at the Ontario Hospital on Queen St., the appointment of Rabbi Rosenzweig to visit all Ontario Hospitals, and discussion of the Passover appeal. Mentioned is the death of Mr. Handelman one of the first members of the Folks Farein.
File consists of meeting minutes of officers and the executive board. Included in the file are reports on hospital work, the Passover program, welfare work in the community, concerts in hospitals, the ladies auxiliary, and the yearly calendar project. Mentioned is a testimonial dinner for Rabbi Monson, the 50th anniversary Jubilee Banquet, the David Green Children's Haven in Kfar Saba, a Jubilee year souvenir book, and a written report by David Green on his trip to Israel. Also included are the minutes of an emergency meeting held in June 1967 regarding the crisis in Israel.
File consists of meeting minutes of officers. Included in the file are reports on hospital work, the election of Mr. Stork as Hospital Chairman, and the Passover yearly program. Discussed is the purchase of Israeli bonds by the Folks Farein, the sale of cemetery property to the National Order Hatzofim, nomination and election of officers for coming terms, a resolution of the board of directors of the Folks Farein, Camp Moshava appeal for assistance, the lack of volunteers, the Kiryat Gat Folks Farein Youth Centre, the Lubliner Society of Toronto request for cemetery land, and the Folks Farein merger with the Chaplaincy division of the Canadian Jewish Congress.
File consists of a ledger for the Hachnoses Orchim program. The ledger provides a log of visitors to the program and other journal entries. Hachnoses Orchim was established by the Folks Farein Ladies' Auxiliary in 1945 with the goal of providing accommodations and aid for visitors to Toronto.
Sub-series consists of the minutes of meetings of the Board of Trustees of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies. Some files may also include related correspondence and reports. Of special note is a report in file 2 detailing the response of the Toronto Jewish Community to the "Jewish needy" made sick by the deadly 1919-1920 influenza epidemic.
Series consists of the minutes of regular and special meetings of the Executive Committee of the United Jewish Welfare Fund of Toronto. Meetings were originally on a monthly basis, with additional and special meetings occurring in late spring and at the end of the calendar year. By the 1970s they occurred much more frequently, every week in many months. Most minute files also include agendas as well as reports and correspondence associated with meeting discussion topics. Records in this series have been arranged chronologically.
Executive Committee meeting minutes, sub-series 5-1, were previously described and cited as RG1-A
See fonds 66, series 6-1 for the records of the predecessor series, Meeting Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies.