Accession consists of records related to the work of Vicki Campbell with the UJA Women's Division Campaign, including resources and manuals used for canvassing training, photographs depicting campaign members attending the Lion of Judah conference in Jerusalem, brochures and newsletters about various campaigns, newspaper clippings from the Canadian Jewish News regarding campaigns and participants, speeches, a notebook, cards and letters received from Campaign co-participants, as well as invitations to conferences, meetings and banquets relating to the UJA's fundraising efforts.
Vicki Campbell (1939-2010) was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Campbell was involved with Jewish organizations during her youth and served as president of B'nai Brith Girls. After graduating from West Chester State University, Campbell taught health and physical education in Mamaroneck, N.Y. After marrying her husband, Henry, the couple lived in Montreal where Campbell continued to teach. They moved to Toronto in 1976 and Campbell became involved with the Davida Chapter of Hadassah-WIZO, serving in a variety of positions on the executive boards in Toronto and nationally. Campbell was involved with the UJA for almost 20 years working in various roles, including her position as a portfolio coordinator in the 1990s. In 1997, Campbell became the chairwoman for Jewish Women's Federation's Women's Campaign.