Five will receive awards for contributions to JFCS

She is immediate past president of JFCS. A social worker by training, Breen was director of the S.F.-based Jewish Community Federation Endowment Fund. She has also volunteered for JFCS' AIDS project and has taught English to refugees from the former Soviet Union.

Rosenstein is a Holocaust survivor who spent his teen years in Auschwitz. He is a board member of the Holocaust Center of Northern California. He trains educators to teach about the Holocaust, speaks with high school and college students about his experiences, and has shared his story with the Spielberg Oral History Project.

At JFCS, Rosenstein is a founding member of the Holocaust advisory committee, which works on reparations issues on behalf of survivors. He was chief financial officer of the import-export firm Del Valle, Kahman & Company, a former JFCS board member and a leader of Congregation Sha'ar Zahav.

Trabant, a hospice nurse for the Veterans Administration, is a JFCS volunteer. For the past five years she has helped clients with AIDS as well as single mothers at Dream House and clients with disabilities.

Jane Unger was president of Congregation Emanu-El's Sisterhood, a member of the National Council of Jewish Women and has served on a number of JFCS committees.

Her husband, Dr. Allan Unger, a retired medical kidney specialist, helped create JFCS' Dream House for the homeless when he served on the JFCS board. He also is a board member at Congregation Emanu-El, where he has helped form a development task force to train new leaders.

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