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FOUNDERS

Linda & Daniel Bader

Ginny & Jeff Gendelman

Debra & Moshe Katz

Melina & David Marcus

Lynne & Richard Pearson

Louise & Gerald** Stein

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sarah Platt, President

Zachary Galicki

Idy Goodman

Eileen Graves

Leo Kleiner

Marlene Lauwasser

Felesia Martin

James L. Miller*

Michael Reyes

Dr. David Wyatt

AUXILIARY BOARD

Rabbi Joel Alter

Cantor David Barash

Father David Cooper

 

ADVISORY BOARD

Kari Altman*

Amy Blumenthal

John Dobroski*

Moshe Katz

Lynne Pearson*

Richard Pearson*

Kathy Wheatley

 

*Past President

** Of Blessed Memory

 

MJFLA STAFF

Ginny Gendelman

Executive Director

Felicia Miller

Development Director

MEMBER SINCE 2009

About MJFLA:

Milwaukee Jewish Free Loan Association (MJFLA) is an interest-free, non-sectarian, non-profit organization that has been offering alternative financial solutions to Southeastern Wisconsin since 2009.  MJFLA’s revolving loan fund is entirely supported by members of the community through private donations. With a 99.6% repayment rate, MJFLA recycles funds again and again to make more loans.  MJFLA, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) corporation and a member of the International Association of Jewish Free Loans (IAJFL).

 

Our Mission:

Milwaukee Jewish Free Loan Association, inspired by Jewish values, empowers people with temporary financial needs to achieve their goals by offering interest-free loans on a non-sectarian basis.

 

Vision Statement:

Milwaukee Jewish Free Loan Association sees a future in which members of the community benefit from interest-free loans provided by a community-supported revolving loan fund.

Accreditation:

MJFLA has been an accredited member of the International Association of Jewish Free Loans since 2009.

Hours of Operation:

MJFLA is generally available (via telephone, email, text, and chat) to offer assistance

Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM ​

Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM or one hour before sundown (whichever is earlier)

MJFLA Office Holidays*

Shabbat (every Friday night/Saturday)

New Year’s Day

Passover (first and last days)

Easter

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Shavuot (first day)

Rosh Hashanah (first two days)

Yom Kippur

Sukkot (first and last days)

Thanksgiving Day (and Friday - 2 days)

Christmas

 *All Jewish holidays begin at sundown on the night before including Shabbat.

Financial Information:

Click here for the latest financial highlights.

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