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Saul Schottenstein Foundation B Makes a Grant to Jewish Community Center of Manhattan
Date:2/2/2013

Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) February 02, 2013

Saul Schottenstein Foundation B has made a grant to Jewish Community Center of Manhattan (“JCC”) as the sponsoring agency for the ReelAbilities Film Festival. The contribution shall be used to assist JCC in making the film festival available to communities in New Jersey.

The ReelAbilities Film Festival promotes awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories and artistic expressions of people with differing abilities. The festival is designed to help raise consciousness and educate people to transform their ideas about what it means to have a disability, to promote awareness, in order to foster a more caring, sensitive and inclusive community. Jeffrey P. Harris, Saul Schottenstein’s nephew and a trustee of Saul Schottenstein Foundation B, believes the contribution furthers the foundation’s mission to partner with organizations that foster human acceptance, connection, and organic oneness of life, and helping people experience their common humanity.

The Saul Schottenstein Foundation B was established in 2009 by the Estate of Saul S. Schottenstein. Visit the Saul Schottenstein Foundation B Web site at http://www.saulschottensteinfoundationb.org.

Contact:    Saul Schottenstein Foundation B
    Jeffrey P. Harris, Trustee
    http://www.saulschottensteinfoundationb.org

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