12/13/2019

$33,102,355 Raised in the 2020 Campaign for Jewish Needs

Tags: Federation, Video, Women, Campaign, Young Adults

$33,102,355 Raised in the 2020 Campaign for Jewish Needs

More than $33.1 million has been raised by more than 13,000 donors representing 9,869 gifts to help care for one another, prepare for the future, share our perspectives, and repair our world. This is what "The Impact of Together" is all about!

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12/12/2019

Bradley Sherman Named New Campaign Chair for 2021/2022 Campaigns

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Bradley Sherman Named New Campaign Chair for 2021/2022 Campaigns

Bradley Sherman will serve as chair for the Jewish Federation of Cleveland's 2021 and 2022 Campaign for Jewish Needs. In this volunteer role, he will be responsible for providing leadership, vision, and strategy for the Federation’s annual fundraising effort.

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12/12/2019

Ideas for Year-End Giving

Tags: Legacy, Philanthropy, Federation

Your gift to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland provides meaningful support to those in need.

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12/12/2019

Federation Campaign Record – More Than $33 Million Raised

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Federation Campaign Record – More Than $33 Million Raised

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland raised a record $33,102,355 in the 2020 Campaign for Jewish Needs, it was announced Dec. 11 at the Campaign Closing Celebration at Fuchs Mizrachi School in Beachwood. The campaign serves Jewish Cleveland and the global community.

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12/02/2019

Embracing Empowerment in Israel

Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas

Embracing Empowerment in Israel

I was born in Dushanbe, Tajikistan (part of the Former Soviet Union). Amongst a Muslim majority, my family lived in a small but strong Jewish community – considered one of the oldest ethno-religious groups of Central Asia.

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12/02/2019

Building Up Families through Jewish Big Brother Big Sister

Tags: Federation, Kids, Teens, Families

Building Up Families through Jewish Big Brother Big Sister

Brett and his younger brother, Aaron, attend a local Jewish Day School. For the past two years the boys have been living with their grandmother who became their guardian following domestic violence in their home. At just 10 years of age, Brett struggles with his conflicted feelings for both of his parents. He very much loves his father, yet he worries about his mother’s safety and her own substance abuse issues.

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12/02/2019

Supporting Growth Through STEM

Tags: Federation, Teens, Family, Israel, Overseas

Supporting Growth Through STEM

Since its inception, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland has taken a holistic approach to increasing the quality education in the low socio-economic areas in Israel’s periphery. From Parents and Children Together (PACT), designed to close the education gaps between Israelis and Ethiopians who came to Israel in the 1980s, to Youth Futures, which helps at-risk children and their families, Federation has been addressing the myriad of factors that can influence a child’s ability to learn.

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12/02/2019

Providing Support for Families in Jewish Cleveland

Tags: Federation, Kids, Teens, Families

Providing Support for Families in Jewish Cleveland

Jordan is an active 14-year-old boy, who attends a local Jewish Day School. Recently, Jordan had been more withdrawn, less inclined to raise his hand in class, and reacting in a more aggressive manner toward his peers. One day, Jordan arrived at school with bruises on his arms. His teacher knew she needed to be concerned. While the behaviors were atypical for Jordan, it was the bruises that raised the alarm bell for his teacher. The school immediately placed a call to the Cuyahoga County Department of Child and Family Services hotline.

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12/02/2019

A Lasting Friendship Through the Tragedies of the Holocaust

Tags: Federation, Advocacy, Women

A Lasting Friendship Through the Tragedies of the Holocaust

In the late 1940's, cousins Rachelle Malcmacher Korland and Anne Malcmacher Adelman; Fran Dorfsman Spike; Edie Miller Block; Ruth Bergrin Gordon; and Shirley Frum Cohen were born in Feldafing, the largest “Displaced Persons” (DP) camp in Germany created for Holocaust survivors. For nearly 70 years, these six women have remained friends. In fact, at least once a month, these Jewish Clevelanders get together for lunch, dinner, or just to talk.

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12/02/2019

Five Questions with Moish Tohn

Tags: Federation, Education

Five Questions with Moish Tohn

In 2015, Moish Tohn led the transformation of Mosdos Ohr Hatorah into Yeshiva Derech Hatorah (YDT). Today YDT is a Federation beneficiary agency candidate and one of the shining examples of the legacy of respected community leader, Mendy Klein z”l, whom Moish called a ‘giant’ of a man.

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