The file consists of applications to the Borough of North York concerning the building and property owned by the Zionist Organization of Canada, correspondence with tennants, minutes of meetings, architectural drawings and floor plans, agendas and lists of committee members.
The file consists of two architectural blueprints of the Toronto Zionist Council property located at 651 Spadina Avenue in Toronto. Each blueprint is a Sketch of Survey for Lots 6 to 9 of the property.
The file consists of correspondence, financial statements, invoices, the agreement of purchase for the Camp Biluim property, insurance policies, tax notices, billing statements for Ontario Hydro, and mortgage agreements.
The file consists of the deed of sale for the national office, the proposed budget for 1972, a summary of expenditures, correspondence regarding the financial situation of Canadian Young Judaea and bank statements.
This series consists of the records of the Finance Committee. Included are the committee's meeting minutes and agendas, membership dues assessments, financial statements, and information on market and piece-work rates and consumer price index statistics.
This sub-series consists of records documenting the financial operations of the Mothers' and Babes' Summer Rest Home. The records include correspondence, budgetary and allocation documents and audited finanical reports.
This file contains textual records relating to the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. Finance Committee including meeting minutes and agendas, general committee and executive correspondence, financial reports and account sheets.
Sub-series consists of financial statements, and notices and correspondence sent to the Adas Israel membership outlining the synagogue's annual expenses and setting the membership dues for the upcoming year.
Toronto Section's executive historically incorporated five or six vice-presidents, each in charge of a portfolio made up of a group of related committees. The Finance Portfolio was headed by Toronto Section's treasurer.
Scope and Content
Sub-series includes a selection of Toronto Section financial statements and budgets.
Series consists of financial and fundraising records of the Folks Farein. Of note are wills and bequests, correspondence with the Department of National Revenue and a letter from Mr. A.M Shainack describing the awarding a sefer Torah.
Partially closed. Researchers must receive permission from the OJA Director prior to accessing some of the records.
Series consists of textual records documenting JCWA's finances. Included is correspondence regarding JCWA's budget, account with the T. Eaton Company and donations to the agency, and financial reports for the Province of Ontario's Department of Public Welfare.
Partially closed. Researchers must receive permission from the OJA Director and head of Jewish Family and Child prior to accessing some of the records.
Series consists of textual records documenting Congregation Beth David's financial activities. Included are general ledgers, audited financial statements, a budget, ledgers and lists of membership dues and receipts, a provincial annual return, and correspondence regarding donations both received and given by Beth David. Also included are certificates received by Beth David for various donations and lists of donations made to the Congregation during a crisis fund drive in May 1988. Of note is one certificate for the Congregation's donation of a sefer Torah for the synagogue of a new settlement in Israel.
Series consists of textual records documenting the finances of the Sharon Chapter and the Canadian Hadassah-WIZO. Included is a general ledger, a financial report, annual budgets, monthly financial bulletins, remittance forms, financial statements, correspondence, and certificates.
File consists of correspondence and legal documents relating to the purchase of the property by Sol Edell and its subsequent purchase by Elmdale Developments, a holding company controlled by Sol Edell.
The file consists of correspondence concerning the creation of the committee, a summary of assets and liabilities of the Zionist Organization of Canada, and a memo regarding the financial situation of the Zionist Organization of Canada.
The UJWF Study Committee on Jewish Education recommended in 1975 that a Department of School Finances be established at either the UJWF or the BJE, to develop standards for accounting practices in affiliated schools, review school budgets and financial statements, develop tuition fee guidelines, and oversee the granting of bursaries and tuition assistance to students. The position of BJE Director of School Finances was created in 1976 to carry out these recommendations. In 1976, Sheldon Lofsky briefly served in the new position, and in 1977, Bernard Shoub was hired to fill this position.
The director served as staff member on the BJE Fiscal Committee, Budget Committee, the Association of Jewish Day School Administrators, and other committees concerned with school or BJE administration and finances. His work included receiving and reviewing monthly reports of school income and expenses; monitoring and reviewing student dropout and retention rates for all funded day schools; assisting in the review and analysis of school budget submissions and year-end financial statements, teacher salary grids, and school tuition fees and tuition assistance; assisting with contract negotiations with teachers' unions; assisting in preparing the annual budgets for the BJE, Midrasha L'Morim and the Orah school; and, overseeing the review by BJE staff of monthly income and expenditure reports for the BJE prepared by the UJA Federation financial department.
Upon Bernard Shoub's retirement in 2003, the position of BJE Director of School Finances was eliminated and the director's responsibilities were transferred to the UJA Federation of Greater Toronto Financial Department.
Scope and Content
The series documents the director's work in reviewing school budgets and financial statements, teachers' contracts and salaries, and student enrollment figures. The series also documents the director's work as staff member for BJE committees and the Association of Jewish Day School Administrators. The records in the series include correspondence with affiliated schools, memoranda issued by the director, financial statements from affiliated schools, copies of contracts with teachers' unions, and minutes and reports of committees on which the director was a member, including the Association of Jewish Day School Administrators. The series contains two sub-series: School audited financial statements, and Chronological correspondence and memoranda. The latter sub-series constitutes the bulk of this series.
Series consists of three sub-series; Meeting Minutes; Budget Reports, Submissions and Planning Information; and General Ledgers. These records document the activities of the Budget and Finance Committee while managing the major financial responsibilities of the UJWF. Files are arranged chronologically within each sub-series.
Records documenting the meeting minutes and activities of this committee are CLOSED until they are more than ten years old.
See Fonds 66, Series 7, for records of the Budget Committee of the predecessor organization, the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of Toronto.
After construction of the synagogue began, Clanton Park purchased the adjacent property from Doric Developments.
Scope and Content
File consists of the offer to purchase and the mortgage agreement between Clanton Park synagogue and Doric Developments. The file also contains lawyers' correspondence relating to the statement of adjustment and the closing of the transaction.
The Jewish Camp Council was formed in 1945 by five different groups running summer camps for Jewish youth: B’nai Brith, the National Council of Jewish Women, the Mothers’ and Babes’ Summer Rest Home Association, the United Jewish Welfare Fund of Toronto and the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A.
The United Jewish Welfare Fund eventually assumed responsibility for all camp property, including Camp Northland in Haliburton, and programming for all camps was organized as a unified service. The Jewish Camp Council Board of Directors included representatives from all five organizations, while the executive director of the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. acted as executive director of the Jewish Camp Council. Initially, the head office was located at Camp B'nai Brith, near Orillia, and then moved into the new Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. building at Spadina and Bloor in 1953.
Scope and Content
This file contains the financial records of the Jewish Camp Council, including financial statements and budget requests from the various camps it oversaw.
File consists of textual records documenting JCWA's survey foster parents' income and expenses. Included is a report detailing the overall average monthly finances for one family and the full survey with exact figures for each family.
Closed. Researchers must receive permission from the OJA Director and the head of Jewish Family and Child prior to accessing the records.
The property that Clanton Park bought was greater than needed for construction of the synagogue and they sold the excess land to Sam Smith Quality Homes.
Scope and Content
File consists of the agreement of purchase and sale between Clanton Park synagogue and Sam Smith Quality Homes. The file also contains lawyers' correspondence relating to the discharge of the mortgage and the closing of the transaction.
Accession consists of ten deeds of sale for a parcel of land in Toronto at 909 Dundas Street West (119 Arthur Street) and Strachan Sreet (Bellwoods Avenue) from 1883 to 1922. The first transaction was between Joseph Phillips and his wife, Elizabeth Jane Phillips, and James Crocker. The last documents, both of which are dated June 5, 1922, record the sale of the land from W. T. O. Parry and Wexler Woolfe to Samuel Dvoretsky and Samuel Dvoretsky to W. T. O. Parry.