Tags: Federation, Security
Local police departments in the eastern suburbs of Cleveland credited the Jewish Federation of Cleveland for alerting them to a live hostage crisis in Colleyville, Texas, Jan. 15 just before noon and stepped up their response immediately.
Tags: Federation, Young Adults
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Young Leadership Division (YLD) announced that Ryan Levine will succeed Abbie Pappas as the division’s board chair, effective January 2022. YLD connects Jewish young adults, ages 22 – 45, to each other and the community through social, volunteer, leadership, and philanthropic activities.
Tags: Federation, Blog, Advocacy
Help keep houses of worship for all faiths in Cleveland and across the country safe. Contact your members of Congress now and urge them to double NSGP funding this year!
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Kim Pesses is chair of the Federation’s Population Study Committee. We had the opportunity to chat with Kim about the population study, its significance, and how it will help Jewish Cleveland moving forward.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland today announced that Mozelle T. Jackson has been named its new chief financial officer, effective July 1, 2022. She succeeds Barry Reis, who previously announced his intention to take on a new role within the organization.
Tags: Federation, Volunteer
Start off 2022 by caring for those in need! As the community continues to deal with the ongoing effects of COVID-19, we are working with local human service agencies to identify ways to help at-risk members of our community and the vulnerable throughout Greater Cleveland. Together we can support these individuals by donating much needed items each month.
We are saddened to share the loss of Leonard Fuchs (z"l), Jewish Federation of Cleveland emeritus trustee and founder of Federation beneficiary agency Fuchs Mizrachi School.
Tags: Federation, Video, Advocacy
During the Chanukah season, the Federation joined with community partners and people of all faiths to celebrate the holiday with a community menorah lighting service. We're grateful for all our guests and community partners for joining us.
Tags: Federation, Philanthropy
Many people have philanthropy in their heart. Throughout their lives, these people make sure to give back and support organizations that are important to them, whether it is synagogues, hospitals or food banks. But how can someone continue to give even after they die?