Sub-series consists of reports, copies of newspaper clippings, and promotional materials about annual fundraising campaigns. Also here is a six-inch wooden ruler used to promote the 1931 FJPT fund-raising campaign.
File consists of reports written by the JFWB's Executive Director documenting the agency's structure, activities, policies, and services. Of particular note are reports outlining the effects of the Second World War on the agency's services. These reports were likely presented to the JFWB's Board of Directors.
File consists of reports of the Joint Application Bureau. Included are reports regarding intake statistics, budgets, and the set-up and efficiency of centralizing intake. Agencies documented in the reports include, the JFWB, the Jewish Children's Bureau (later the Jewish Child Welfare Association), the Jewish Big Sister Committee and the Federation Employment Service.
File consists of four reports documenting the JFWB's finances. Included in the reports are details regarding the costs of managing the Scheuer House building and problems encountered due to a low budget. Also included is one copy of the preliminary report of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies Budget Committee for 1934.
Series consists of official (published) and unofficial reports the Toronto JIAS office produced between 1926 and 1952. Several different kinds of reports were produced over time: executive secretary reports were those presented to the Toronto JIAS executive at its monthly meetings. These are detailed reports that record the number of clients and describe the services offered by the Toronto office: information bureau, legal aid, location of relatives overseas, reception of newly-arrived immigrants, employment, detention work, United States visas, remittances, refugees and fundraising efforts. Unique cases are often described in detail. Executive secretary reports may correspond to extant executive meeting minutes in Series 1.
The reports after 1935 are more concise “Monthly Reports” and “Reports of Activities” that the regional offices were required to submit to the National Office. These record statistics for meeting immigrant trains, the legal aid department, international services, remittances, information bureau, correspondence department, parcels, naturalization, translations, visits, U.S. visas, deportation, immigrants arrived, and the employment bureau. The Monthly Report was a form shared by the Montreal, Winnipeg, Toronto and Vancouver offices, though the reports in this series have only the Toronto numbers filled in.
Social Services reports from the 1950s give departmental statistics not included in the general JIAS monthly reports, including the total expenditure, the number of new applicants, the number assisted, the cases carried over from the previous month and to the next month, the total caseload and the number of cases closed.
In addition the series contains some year-in-review reports from the annual meetings of the executive and membership, and annual reports which include meeting proceedings. As well there is a small number of monthly cash statements.
This series is an amalgam of series formerly known as MG2 I1a B and MG2 I1a D.
Partially closed. Researchers must receive permission from the OJA Director prior to accessing some of the records.
Series has been compiled and arranged chronologically by the archivist.
The Central Region Treasury Board consisted of members of the regional executive. The Director of the Treasury Board was the Central Region Treasurer. This body was responsible for defining and reporting on the financial position of the Zionist Organization of Canada - Central Region. It conducted annual audits to establish the financial situation of the Central Region of ZOC, which were presented during the plenary conferences.
Scope and Content
The series consists of auditor's reports, which were prepared annually by the Treasurer and audited by a chartered accounting firm. These reports outlined the financial position of the Central Region of the Zionist Organization of Canada each year.
Each report includes a summary prepared by the chartered accountant, a balance sheet outlining the region's assets and deficits, and a statement of receipts and expenditures. The reports span the period from 1944 until 1970.
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.
From the beginning of its operation, the FJPT distributed an annual report. Although originally titled an "Annual Statement", it was meant to inform the community about its funding activities and organizational changes resulting from its annual meeting. Its central component, the alphabetical donor lists, was however seen by Toronto Jewish residents as a way of publicly lauding the generosity of donors while by implication shaming those community residents who were not contributing.
Scope and Content
Series consists of the published annual reports of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies. Only four of these publications are still extant; 1917-1918, 1918-1919, 1924-1925, and 1929. Reports contain lists of officers, managers and trustees as well as the names and descriptions of affiliated organizations receiving funds. Information about new by-laws, rules and internal organizational changes are also found here. The largest component of each report was always an alphabetical list of individual and corporate donors, showing how much each contributed.
Of special note are the descriptions of the various charitable organizations supported by the FJPT. Reports from some, but not all, years also contain donor addresses. In several cases these annual reports may be the sole source for information about these early Jewish community charities.
See fonds 67, Series 2 for Annual Reports of the United Jewish Welfare Fund, successor to the FJPT.
Series consists of the published annual reports of the United Jewish Welfare Fund from 1938 to 2007. Aside from the 1944 report, there is a complete run from 1938 to 1966. Missing editions from later years are from the periods 1967 to 1972, 1975 to 1978, and 1992 to 2003.
Although all records in this series were created by the United Jewish Welfare Fund, from 1948 onwards the titles of individual volumes display the name of the fund-raising appeal portion of the UJWF. Thus the title reference is to the United Jewish Appeal from 1948 to 1975, to the Toronto Jewish Congress form 1976 to 2000, and to the United Jewish Appeal Federation from 2000 to 2008.
Many individual annual reports include:an "Honour Roll" of contributors, a list of all UJWF officers and executives, detailed list of all those involved in the annual fund-raising campaign, a statement of annual revenues and expenditures, and a schedule of grants to all recipient agencies. Most also include brief descriptions of the missions and accomplishments of the recipient organizations.
See Fonds 66, Series 3 for the annual reports of the predecessor organization, the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies.
See Fonds 67, Series 1 for records of the Annual Meetings of the UJWF that created much of the content for the Annual Reports.
File consists of correspondence, financial records and auditors reports for financial audits of the Central Region of the Canadian Jewish Congress; the Canadian Jewish Congress Holding Corporation Limited; the Canadian Jewish Loan Cassa - Toronto; and the Amalgamated Dawes Road Trustees, for the financial years of 1964 and 1965.
Records in off-site storage; advance notice required to view.
The sub-sub-series consists of auditor's reports and associated correspondence from the chartered accounting firms of Rathie, Woodall and Wilton, and Richter, Usher and Vinberg, created between 1929 and 1968.
File consists of speeches and reports presented by or to Baycrest Centre's Board of Directors. Included are reports on programs and services,such as recreation services, occupational therapy, religious services, and food services. Also included is a speech by Morris Rosenberg regarding the opening of the Jewish Home for the Aged and Baycrest Hospital in 1954.