Kavod means ‘honour’ in Hebrew.  Through this column we express our respect and thankfulness for donors and acknowledge the individuals and milestones they have honoured with a donation.  The Hebrew phrase Kol ha Kavod is translated as “congratulations, well done”.  This is our message as the DJC expresses thanks for donations from:

  • Marlee Novak, in memory the 2-month old infant who died under pediatric palliative care in hospice and in honour of the parents who accepted her volunteer support.
  • Josh Greenhut, in honour of the marriage of Bekkie Vineberg, daughter of Lorne Vineberg and the late Dina Lieberman, to Mr. Scott Baumgartner, Northwest Angle, Minnesota. The wedding took place on December 10, 2016, in Kenora where Bekkie is in practice as a midwife.
  • Lorne Vineberg, in honour of the marriage of his and his late wife Dina Lieberman’s daughter Bekkie to Mr. Scott Baumgartner.
  • Amanda Cohen and Noah Segal, in honour of Rabbi Miriam, Cantor Lisa, and Alan Gotlib — The Bar Mitzvah Dream Team — “for their tireless efforts and welcoming approach [that] made my family and friends have the most special and unique Bar Mitzvah for our son” Olivier Julian Segal. Grandparents are Minnie and the late Marcel Segal and Norman and Beverley Cohen of Montreal and Anne Cohen and James Stockdale of Cobourg.  Oli is the elder brother of Beckham Iain Segal, age 10.
  • Amitai Karastojanov and Yiftach Fehige, for sponsoring a Kiddush in honour of the birth and baby naming of their third child Nehemiah Sharon Karastojanov, born July 24, 2016. Magnus and Yael Karastojanov are her proud big brother and sister.

Please visit our DONATE page and make a donation in honour of one another’s simchas, accomplishments, milestones, and sorrows.

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