Tags: Federation, Overseas, Young Adults
The Jewish Federations of North America’s national young leadership cabinet took its annual study mission April 23-29 in Spain and Morocco – a trip of which the Cleveland area was well represented.
When you read headlines in the news about multi-million dollar gifts to charities you care about, do you ever think to yourself, “I wish I could do that too?”
Tags: Federation, Arts
Debbie Yasinow, Director of the Federation's Cleveland Israel Arts Connection, reflects on her time supervising Cory Irwin through the Milestones Autism Resources internship program. Read about her experience in the blog below, as featured in the Milestones Autism Resources blog.
Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas, Advocacy
Moshe Halbertal, an Israeli philosopher, professor and co-author of the Israeli Army Code of Ethics, told a local audience that he believes the Israel Defense Forces has fought a war on terror without brutalizing its forces, however, there are challenges and missteps regarding Israeli politicians’ messaging and dealing with the situation at the Gaza border.
Tags: Federation, PR, Young Adults
Applications are now open for the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Young Leadership Division (YLD) Microgrant Program.
Tags: Advocacy, Israel, Overseas, Federation
A group of Cleveland women were in Israel with other women from Chicago, Indianapolis, and Milwaukee on the Women Partners for Peace mission.
Tags: Federation, Young Adults
A perfect way to kick off the summer! Thank you to the 300+ Jewish Cleveland young adults who joined us for the social event of the season: the 10th Annual Summer Soirée.
Tags: Federation, PR, Israel, Overseas
At age 21, Albert Ratner experienced the birth of Israel in 1948. 70 years later, he continues to support and love what Israel is and what it stands for. We had the honor to spend time with the Federation Life Trustee to hear his thoughts on Israel today and the beginning of the Jewish state.
Tags: Federation, PR, Women, Volunteer
The cause that drove Judi Kovach, co-founder and chair of the Cleveland Kids’ Book Bank, to embrace the value of tikkun olam is children’s access to books, however she said others should work to find a cause that inspires them toward that same Jewish value.
Tags: Federation, PR, Cemeteries
To some, the sight of a cemetery invokes fear, and symbolizes death, but not for everyone in the EcoVillage neighborhood, near Fir Street Cemetery on Cleveland's west side.