File consists of Folks Farein activity reports. Included in the file are pamphlets entitled The Ways We Help, Service with Meaning, Folks Farein Provides Help and a Personal Interest and a one page detailed account of services provided to patients in Toronto hospitals.
The file consists of activity reports submitted by the director of Canadian Young Judaea - Central region, director's bulletins, conference reports, leader reports, instructions for completing leader reports, and memoranda to regional directors. The file also contains correspondence between people in central region leadership roles.
The treasurer was responsible for overseeing all financial operations of the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. The treasurer was chairman of the Finance Committee which recommended, discussed and approved the day-to-day financial requirements for the operation of the "Y". The committee was also responsible for submitting the financial information to the accounting houses who prepared the "Y's" audited financial reports.
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the financial reports and statements for the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A., the Jewish Community Centre of Toronto, the Combined Building Campaign, the Northern Building Fund Campaign, the Jewish Camp Council, Camp Northland, Camp B’nai Brith, the Mothers' and Babes' Rest Home and Camp Fundale.
The reports are organized chronologically by year. Each year often contains more than one report, either for different periods of the same year, or for different structures under the control of the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. The reports were kept by the office of the executive director.
This file contains annual and interim financial reports for Yeshivah Torath Chaim and its capital account prepared by Eisenberg, Dworkin, Katz, Kirsh & Young Chartered Accountants, Jordan and Jordan Chartered Accountants, and Seymour B. Brudner Chartered Accountant.
File consists of 20 internal reports from the Ethnic Relations Unit of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Force to the Officer in Charge of Community Programs. Many reports detailing racial incidents wherein the victim was someone of Jewish descent were flagged and/or annotated by Phil Givens. Also included is a briefing note regarding the history and mandate of the Ethnic Relations Unit.
File consists of monthly case load and activity reports for the JFWB. Reports detail case load statistics according to type of service rendered, identify the number of cases referred to other agencies, outline the cases assigned to each case worker, and some reports analyze the cases in which unemplyment necessitated relief.
Closed. Researchers must receive permission from the OJA Director and the head of Jewish Family and Child prior to accessing the records.
File consists of financial records and auditors reports for the CJC Central Division; the Central Division Canadian Jewish Committee for Refugees; and the United Jewish Relief Conference, for the financial years of 1937 through to 1943.
Records in off-site storage; advance notice required to view.
The file consists of reports on Zionist Organization of Canada activities including: activity highlights, Keren Hatarbut, Camp Massad, and general correspondence concerning Zionist Organization of Canada activities.
Max and Celia Hoffman were involved in many community activities including the synagogue and Jewish education. They raised funds on behalf of the community and also made financial contributions to a variety of Jewish organizations.
Scope and Content
Series consists of correspondence, financial reports and programme books relating to educational, religious and fraternal organizations and institutions in Hamilton. Series also contains material from local events such as the dedication of Adas Israel synagogue and regional events such as the convention of the Canadian Jewish Congress and the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, Ontario Region. In addition, there are correspondence and a certificate from Yeshiva University in regards to a scholarship established by Max and Celia Hoffman. Other material includes a calendar published by the Hamilton chapter of B’Nai Brith and the Hamilton District Jewish Community Telephone Directory.
Canadian Jewish Congress
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, Ontario Region
Central Fund for Traditional Institutions
Hamilton Talmud Torah
National Society for Hebrew Day Schools
Hamilton District Jewish Community Telephone Directory
Sol Edell was involved in a variety of religious, educational and cultural organizations. Not only did he make financial donations to organizations, but he also became personally involved and organized specific projects. As well, representatives of foreign institutions would stay at his home when they came to Toronto on speaking engagements or fundraising missions.
Scope and Content
Sub-series consists of awards that relate to Sol Edell’s fundraising efforts on behalf of “Yeshiva Hatalmid” and for hosting speakers and fundraisers who were visiting Toronto. Also included is a day book listing community meetings as well as family events. As well, there is correspondence relating to an item loaned to the Baycrest Heritage Museum, and a plaque.
Activities undertaken by the Committee for Soviet Jewry in Ontario and its affiliated partner organizations included political lobbying, telephone and letter-writing campaigns, product boycotting, symposiums, public rallies, petitions, marches and demonstrations. Among the highest profile activities were the annual Simcha Torah rallies in October and the annual commemorations of the execution of twenty-four Soviet Jewish writers and intellectuals, which had occurred on August 12, 1952 at Moscow's Liubianka prison. As well as organizing public protest activities, the Committee for Soviet Jewry established, in the 1980s, the Ida Nudel Humanitarian Award which emphasized the humanitarian work of a number of prominent Canadian women. Other non-protest activities included bar/ bat mitzvah twinning, family and prisoner sponsorships, and holiday greetings, all programmes that tied the daily lives of Soviet Jews to their Canadian counterparts.
Scope and Content
Sub-series consists of records documenting the wide range of above-listed protest activities in which the CJC and various affiliated organizations participated. The files include numerous photographs of mass rallies and group demonstrations, planning notes, correspondence, event notices and other promotional materials.
Records of protest activities in this sub-series have been organized chronologically and by event. Indicated date ranges at the file level are of the documents themselves and are not necessarily indicative of the dates of specific events, such as rallies or marches, though such dates are noted in the file description where known.
Sol Edell organized a seniors group, Chug Arichat Yomin (or Long Life Club), which provided religious, cultural and recreational activities. It was based in Clanton park synagogue and was funded by the New Horizons, an agency of Health and Welfare Canada.
Scope and Content
File consists of financial reports listing assets, liabilities, income and expenses as well as cheques and invoices.
The file consists of financial statements, schedules of remittances, correspondence and memoranda concerning the financial position of the United Israel Appeal, statements of collections, lists of contributors and Auditor's Reports.