For Ben & Jerry’s co-founder Jerry Greenfield, making and enjoying ice cream goes hand-in-hand with improving the world, and addressing social justice and environmental issues should be integral to business itself – not an “add-on."
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland held the Women IN Philanthropy MaIN Event, a special opportunity to come together, leverage our collective strength, and ensure our community is “Here for Good.”
Women IN Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland held its first virtual campaign event Oct. 28 to celebrate women making a difference, where about 300 people attended the featured conversation between GOJO Executive Chair Marcella Kanfer Rolnick and Jewish Federation of Cleveland President Erika B. Rudin-Luria.
We are a diverse Jewish community. Our families vary in composition and religious practice. Our community is enriched by the different backgrounds, experiences, and traditions contained within it. We are proof that the whole is, indeed, greater than the sum of its parts.
We are saddened to share the loss of Edwin Morton Roth z"l, Federation Board of Trustee Emeritus.
Mariely Luengo is the 2020 recipient of the Irene Zehman Volunteer Award. Each year, the Federation recognizes an unsung Jewish woman or group of women who demonstrate the highest ideals and practices of volunteer service on behalf of the Jewish and/or general community.
Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s YLD Big Event might appeal to both children and adults as Jerry Greenfield takes the virtual stage to talk about social responsibility.
Erika B. Rudin-Luria, president of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, spoke of her concerns and hopes as one of three panelists in a discussion called “Innovative Jewish Leaders Re-envision Connection & Community Post-COVID” Oct. 25 as part of the Jewish Federation of North America’s General Assembly.
Women IN Philanthropy at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland will host its first virtual campaign soiree, “The MaIN Event,” that will feature a conversation with GOJO Executive Chair Marcella Kanfer Rolnick, honoring of the 2020 Irene Zehman Volunteer Award recipient, Mariely Luengo, and the chance for guests to connect over their passion of making a difference 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. Oct. 28.