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Community Fund Publicity, October 1937 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Community Fund Publicity, October 1937 image
Year:
1937
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1937
Caption:
Waiting For A Good Ann Arbor Neighbor We all are good neighbors in Ann Arbor and this appealing little girl who is waiting for help from one of the Community Fund agencies will not be disappointed if Ann Arbor's good neighbors get behind the Community Fund campaign. It will begin with dinner at the Michigan Union next Tuesday night. Ann Arbor residents are known for their willingness to lend a helping hand and the agencies which are united under the Community fund banner are thoroughly capable in solving the problems of the less fortunate. These agencies include the Family Welfare Bureau, Michigan Children's Aid Society, Social Service Exchange, Dunbar Community center, Maternal Health clinic, Old Ladies Home, Boy Scout council, Public Health Nurses, Salvation Army, Young Men's Christian association and Young Women's Christian association. So be a Good Neighbor.

Community Fund Publicity, November 1937 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Community Fund Publicity, November 1937 image
Year:
1937
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1937
Caption:
When Neighborly Help Is Needed Wise counsel and the thoughtful solving of problems with the aid of the Family Welfare worker often return troubled individuals and home groups to the ways of happiness and material wellbeing. Human needs often go beyond the physical needs. And help in solving the greater human needs often removes the cause of the physical needs. This is the thought behind the constructive work being done in Ann Arbor by the Family Welfare Association. The Family Welfare is not satisfied with giving material relief that may be of only temporary benefit, it seeks to bring about conditions that will restore and preserve the happiness and well being of individuals and of homes. It offers counsel, and neighborly assistance, and emergency succor to those in trouble. Through its workers and its functions, the good-willed people of Ann Arbor can be good neighbors to many distressed persons, young and old, who ordinarily would not come within the orbits of their daily lives. The Family Welfare is one of the 11 local agencies supported or helped by the Community Fund, contributions to which are being solicited this week. All 11 are doing worthy work in Ann Arbor. All deserve the support of those who would be "good neighbors."