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7. Updating the 2012 Budget

WHEREAS the Board of Governors, by resolution of June 27, 2012, approved the operating budget for activities financed by unrestricted funds, fee for services income and designated funds of the Jewish Agency for Israel for the Fiscal Year January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012 (hereinafter – “the June Budget”);

 

It is hereby resolved:

 

1.     To decrease the framework of the operating budget of the Jewish Agency for Israel for the fiscal year January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012, so that the current aggregate amount of $333.12M as approved in June by the Board of Governors is decreased by $1.96M to an amount of $331.16M, as detailed below:

 

     U.S. dollars in thousands

Changing the Framework:

Changes from June Budget

Income

Other core income

Income from managed assets

-1,960

Expenditure

 

Jewish Agency Wide Projects and Organizational Activities

Asset management fees

 

-1,960

 

 

2. To make additional changes in the budget financed by Fees for Services as detailed below:

 

     U.S. dollars in thousands

 

Changes in Programs Funded by Fees for Services:

Changes from June Budget

Israel Experiences

 

Machon - Young Leadership Training

128

HaBina Project – Mission Intelligence

55

Shlichim and Israel Fellows

Shlichim (JAFI Shlichim Worldwide)

-140

 

Aliyah, Klita and Rescue

 

Absorption Centers and Temporary Absorption Apartments

99

Young Adults' Programs- Selah, Kibbutz Ulpan, Student Authority and First Home in the Homeland

-22

Jewish Agency Wide Projects and Organizational Activities

Makom

-120

 

Grand Total

 

-

 

 

 

3. To make additional changes in the budget financed by unrestricted funds as detailed below

 

U.S. dollars in thousands

Changes in Programs Funded by Unrestricted Funds:

Changes from June Budget

Israel Experiences

380

Shlichim and Israel Fellows

200

Young Activism

-200

Partnerships

-83

Aliyah, Klita and Rescue

-100

Community Services (not including FSU)

-415

Jewish Agency Wide Projects and Organizational Activities

-209

Executive Offices & Support Units

427

Grand Total

-

 

 

4. To make additional changes in the budget financed by designated funds as detailed below:

 

U.S. dollars in thousands

Changes in Programs Funded by Designated Funds:

Changes from

June Budget

Israel Experiences

Pre & post Israel Experience Engagement

230

Community Services (not including FSU)

Overseas Education Activities

-230

Grand Total

-

 

 

5. To make additional budget changes in the capital budget as detailed below:

 

U.S. dollars in thousands

Capital Budget:

Changes from June Budget

Sources

 

Income from managed assets

1,960

Applications

 

Asset management fees

1,960


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