Stewardship = satisfied donors - Opinion

Stewardship = satisfied donors

STU TURGEL | Posted: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 10:00 am

I have a former professional colleague who used to cynically joke that his idea of horse-trading was “first, you give me your horse.” The moral of his tongue-in-cheek business humor is that entering into a collaboration sounds like a good idea at first but, often, it just doesn’t work out so well.

Such seems to be the case for Randi and Alan Jablin.  Randi’s commentary (“Senior rides: Damage had been done,” Jewish News, May 11) reveals the reasons that the Jablins terminated their two-month relationship with the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix for support of rides for Jewish seniors. I know and admire the Jablins well enough to understand that when it comes to situations like this, they are motivated by just one thing: to use their financial resources to improve the lives of others. 

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