05/15/2017

Tips: Transitioning to Summer Vacation

Tags: Education, Family, Women, Young Leadership

Tips: Transitioning to Summer Vacation

Many children will be saying "Shalom Chaverim" or "bye friends!" to their school pals this month, and saying hello to the fun summer days of play. Here are some ways to jump into summer fun while avoiding the "summer slide," as it's called. With these fun tips your kids can easily transition in and out of summer vacation, keep in touch with their buddies, and maintain all of the hard work and learning they did over the school year.

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05/15/2017

Young Families: Meet the Stern Family

Tags: Federation, Education, Family

Young Families: Meet the Stern Family

After relocating from Israel, Ali and Noam Stern of University Heights enjoy the taking walks in the Metroparks with their son, Ori, and spending time together at the Mandel JCC.

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05/15/2017

40 Cleveland Leaders to Visit Israel

Tags: Advocacy, Federation, PR, Israel, Overseas

40 Cleveland Leaders to Visit Israel

Forty Cleveland nonprofit leaders will travel in July to Israel, via the new Thomas and Joann Adler Civic Leaders Israel Mission.

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05/15/2017

Horwitz to Receive Honor

Tags: Federation, PR, Women

Horwitz to Receive Honor

In the last year, Gayle Horwitz, a South Euclid resident, has learned about the complexities of what it’s like to move as a refugee to the United States. She also made a new family of friends.

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05/11/2017

Young Leaders Help Rebuild St. Petersburg

Tags: Federation, Overseas, Leadership

Young Leaders Help Rebuild St. Petersburg

Imagine learning you are Jewish – at age 30. What would you do?

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05/10/2017

Books for Beit Shean

Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas, Young Adult

Books for Beit Shean

Katie Spector of Mentor is a MASA Israel Teaching Fellow, a 10-month post-college volunteer program, part of I-Connect, an initiative of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. She is helping Israel elementary school age children learn to speak and read English in Cleveland’s sister city of Beit Shean. She also gets to live it like a local in Beit Shean, and immerse herself in its warm and welcoming community.

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05/10/2017

A Father/Daughter Bond in Israel

Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas, Young Adult, Volunteer

 A Father/Daughter Bond in Israel

Rachel Lieberman of Shaker Heights has been volunteering in Israel for the past six months through Masa Israel, a post-college service program, part of I-Connect, an initiative of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. Through Masa, Rachel is helping Ethiopian Israelis learn to read and write English at the Yahel Social Change Program in Ramat Eliyahu.

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05/05/2017

Teens Grant 42,500 for Community Needs

Tags: Teens, PR, Federation

Teens Grant 42,500 for Community Needs

40 Jewish high school juniors and seniors representing public and private high schools across Cleveland have come together to recommend grants totaling $42,500 to 10 organizations for crucial programs in the Jewish and general community through the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s 2016-2017 Maurice Saltzman Youth Panel.

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05/04/2017

Keeping Memory of the Holocaust Alive

Tags: Federation, Advocacy, Young Adults

Keeping Memory of the Holocaust Alive

Each year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland welcomes a shlicha (Israeli emissary) to teach our community about life and culture in Israel. Last year, Federation’s shlicha, Danielle Asif introduced Zikaron BaSalon (remembrance in the living room), a powerful program for Federation’s Young Leadership Division (YLD) to commemorate Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Memorial Day).

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05/04/2017

At-Risk Youth Becomes IDF Officer

Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas

At-Risk Youth Becomes IDF Officer

Gilad Benayahou wasn't supposed to join the IDF.

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