08/22/2016

My #JewishCleveland: Doug Breitenbach

Tags: Federation, Blog, Young Adult, Partners

My #JewishCleveland: Doug Breitenbach

Leader. Ambitious. Hard worker. 29-year-old Doug Breitenbach is all this and more. A Cleveland native, Doug recently moved back home after living and building a successful wealth management career in Washington, D.C. for seven years.

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08/22/2016

Campaign Aims to Inspire

Tags: Federation, PR, Campaign, Giving

Campaign Aims to Inspire

The theme of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s 2017 Campaign for Jewish Needs is inspiration, and David F. Adler, new general campaign chair, said he hopes the Cleveland Jewish community will be inspired to come together to do more in meeting its needs.

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08/22/2016

Taking Leadership to the Next Level

Tags: Federation, PR

Taking Leadership to the Next Level

Securing a slot in the Mandel Advanced Leadership Course at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland attests to the power and the promise of the applicant, suggests Enid Rosenberg, co-chair with David Heller of this year’s MCAL.

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08/16/2016

Support Baton Rouge Flood Relief

Tags: Federation, PR, Giving, Advocacy

Email Banner - Baton Rouge Flood

Relentless flooding has devastated southern Louisiana, now a federal disaster area.

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08/15/2016

Watch Now: Street Team Meets Boris

Tags: Federation, Video, Young Adults

Watch Now: Street Team Meets Boris

The Street Team (Raquel and Seth!) met up with Boris Goldsteyn, a man about town!

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08/10/2016

Watch Now: Street Team Meets MoHoCLE

Tags: Federation, Video, Young Adults

Watch Now: Street Team Meets MoHoCLE

The Street Team (Raquel and Seth!) stopped by the Cleveland Moishe House (MoHo CLE) to meet the current residents, Julie Bock and Lena Kelly, to find out why they love meeting and hosting events for young Jewish Clevelanders!

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08/10/2016

Read Now: Rabbi Mersack's "My Jewish Learning" Blog

Tags: Family, Education, Interfaith, Partners

Read Now: Rabbi Mersack's "My Jewish Learning" Blog

It was mid-morning on a Wednesday. I was serving as visiting faculty at our regional Reform Jewish overnight camp and was sitting with 50 high school age campers when Hitler started speaking. I had to resist the urge to leave the room when I heard that voice and its inflammatory speech. I listened uncomfortably to those hate-filled words, but what came next was inspiring. This program was part of a regularly scheduled daily shiur (educational lesson).

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08/10/2016

Support Cemetery Preservation Campaign

Tags: Federation, PR, Cemetery, Giving

Support Cemetery Preservation Campaign

Ed Singer has a strong emotional attachment to Lansing Cemetery, in Cleveland’s Slavic Village, as he has about 16 relatives buried there – including his parents and both sets of grandparents.

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