Conflicting Images of Elderly Jews: The Larger Picture

By Ira M. Sheskin, Kenneth M. Kaplan

Human Sciences Press, Winter 1989

The challenge to the organized Jewish community as a whole is to plan for the provision of elderly services in a climate the recognizes both the poor and upscale elderly, and to do so while maintaining a posture that permits the emphasis on the needy elderly as part of the fundraising campaign. Special attention must be paid to what causes are competing for the money of those who are being asked to donate.

Topic: Socioeconomic Status, Philanthropy and Fundraising, Development, Social Services, Allocations, Poverty, Fundraising and Philanthropy, Aging, Elderly

Name of Publication: The Journal of Aging and Judaism

Volume/Issue: Vol.4/No.2

Page Number(s): 119-129

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Genre: Scholarly Journal

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Sheskin, Ira M. Kaplan, Kenneth M. Conflicting Images of Elderly Jews: The Larger Picture. The Journal of Aging and Judaism. Human Sciences Press. Winter 1989: 119-129.


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