03/16/2018

Simplify Giving, Create Your Legacy

Tags: Federation, PR, legacy

Carol Wolf

The Cleveland Jewish community is one of the most generous in the United States and most of us give because we believe in the missions of the charitable organizations to which we donate.

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03/15/2018

Kerry Kertesz Receives Yanowitz Award

Tags: Federation, Young Adults, PR

Kerry Kertesz of University Heights

Kerry Kertesz of University Heights has been awarded the 2017 Bennett and Donna Yanowitz Leadership Award by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. The award recognizes and honors an outstanding young individual who has demonstrated commitment, involvement, and leadership within Cleveland’s Jewish community. Kertesz was presented the award at the Federation’s Board meeting on March 14.

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03/13/2018

Jewish Cleveland Families Share their Best Bedtime Rituals

Tags: Federation, Education, Family

Jewish Cleveland Families Share their Best Bedtime Rituals

Whether you love it or dread it, each family has their own unique bedtime routine for their children. Check out some of these ideas and tips from local Jewish Cleveland parents that are sure to make you smile.

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03/08/2018

Silver Linings: Rhoda Seifert

Tags: Federation, PR, Volunteer, Campaign

Silver Linings: Rhoda Seifert

When Rhoda Seifert was growing up, she heard stories about her family's experiences in the Holocaust.

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03/08/2018

Federation, Greater Cleveland Board of Rabbis Announces Community-Wide Events in Response to Opioid Epidemic

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Federation, Greater Cleveland Board of Rabbis Announces Community-Wide Events in Response to Opioid Epidemic

Ohio is ground zero for opioid addiction and the Cleveland Jewish community is not immune to this crisis. In addition to providing multiple resources for families caught in the grip of this medical crisis, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, in partnership with the Greater Cleveland Board of Rabbis, is hosting a series of community-wide events in response to the opioid addiction crisis.

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03/05/2018

Coming Together for Our Shared Earth

Tags: Advocacy, Federation, Partners, Holidays

Coming Together for Our Shared Earth

Each year, the Federation’s Community Relations Committee (CRC) hosts our Tu B’Shevat Seder to bring together more than 100 members of the Greater Cleveland community to celebrate our shared Earth. Community member shared their thoughts on how they will honor the Earth in the year ahead.

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03/05/2018

Jewish Federation of Cleveland Announces Israel at 70 Series to Celebrate Israel's 70th Birthday

Tags: Federation, Advocacy, Israel, Overseas, PR, Families, Kids, Teens, Women, Young Adults

Jewish Federation of Cleveland Announces Israel at 70 Series to Celebrate Israel's 70th Birthday

Year-long celebration for Clevelanders of all backgrounds includes concert by Israeli superstar David Broza and the first-ever IsraelFest!

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03/01/2018

Stress Knows No International Borders

Tags: Family, Philanthropy, Federation, PR, Kids, Families, Overseas, Israel

Stress Knows No International Borders

Believe it or not, children from across the country and around the globe are experiencing similar types of stress. Factors like living below the poverty line, having dysfunctional families, or experiencing trauma know no geographic boundaries. Left unattended, this stress can negatively affect a child’s school performance, social well-being, and ultimately, their future success as an adult.

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03/01/2018

A Winning Hamentashen Recipe

Tags: Food, Holidays, Federation

A Winning Hamentashen Recipe

Each year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland hosts a Purim celebration for all staff to enjoy. One of the most competitive activities of the day is the Hamentashen baking contests, where staff show off their baking skills and creativity in the kitchen. Check out this year's winning recipe below - Black & White Cookie Hamentashen!

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02/27/2018

5 Ideas for a Child-Friendly Seder

Tags: Education, Family, Women, Young Leadership

5 Ideas for a Child-Friendly Seder

At the center of Passover is the Seder, a 15-step meal involving ritual items, stories, and food. The Passover Seder is meant to be an inclusive experience for people of all ages. Young children are encouraged to participate through such traditions as the singing of The Four Questions and the searching for the Afikomen.

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