10/03/2014

Wishing You a Meaningful Fast

Tags: Holidays, Federation, Blog

Wishing You a Meaningful Fast

Federation President Stephen H. Hoffman wishes Jewish Cleveland a meaningful fast on this Yom Kippur. Read his message here.

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10/03/2014

Must-Hear Story of a Holocaust Rescuer

Tags: Women, Federation, Campaign

Must-Hear Story of a Holocaust Rescuer

A must-hear story from Jeannie Smith, featured speaker the 2014 Lion of Judah Annual Dinner on October 1.

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09/24/2014

A Message of Hope for the New Year

Tags: Holidays, Federation, Blog

A Message of Hope for the New Year

A message of hope for the New Year from Stephen H. Hoffman

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09/18/2014

Taking Action to Confront Anti-Semitism

Tags: Advocacy

Cars burning in the French neighborhood of Sarcelles after a protest in which a synagogue was partially burned.

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09/15/2014

Over 200 Volunteers at Cemetery Cleanup

Tags: Volunteer, Federation, Cemetery

Over 200 Volunteers at Cemetery Cleanup

An inter-generational program, this year’s attendance topped previous years with over 200 volunteers of all ages including two busloads of students.

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09/11/2014

5 Reasons Why Our Community Needs a 15% Increase in 2015

Tags: Campaign, Federation

5 Reasons Why Our Community Needs a 15% Increase in 2015

OUR COMMUNITY, OUR CAMPAIGN This year consider doing a little bit more.

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09/02/2014

Goldberg Concludes 8th Night Tenure

Tags: Women

Goldberg Concludes 8th Night Tenure

WPI recognizes and thanks Adrienne Goldberg, founder and chair of 8th Night of Chanukah, for her time, talent and treasures! 

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09/02/2014

Sally Wertheim Receives Ruby Bass Award

Tags: Women, Awards

Sally Wertheim Receives Ruby Bass Award

Established in memory of Ruby Bass (z"l), the award honors her lifelong passion for the Jewish Federation of Cleveland and her commitment to the Women's Campaign.

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09/02/2014

Message from the Women’s Philanthropy Initiative (WPI) Chair, Nan Cohen

Tags: Women, Blog

Message from the Women’s Philanthropy Initiative (WPI) Chair, Nan Cohen

I remember my first day of work after college vividly. My manager sat me down for an introductory chat and stated flatly, “if it’s going well, don’t screw it up.”

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