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10/07/2015

Explore 'Violins of Hope' Through Dance

Tags: PR, Federation, Israel, Overseas, Arts, Advocacy

Explore 'Violins of Hope' Through Dance

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland is honored to be a partner in the Violins of Hope program, one of our most meaningful collaborations to date. Visit violinsofhopecle.org to see all events open to the public.

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09/29/2015

New Gallery Exhibit Focuses on Violins

Tags: PR, Federation, Israel, Overseas, Arts, Advocacy

New Gallery Exhibit Focuses on Violins

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland is honored to be a partner in the Violins of Hope program, one of our most meaningful collaborations to date. Visit violinsofhopecle.org to see all events open to the public.

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09/29/2015

Statement on the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Tags: Federation, Advocacy, PR

Statement on the Syrian Refugee Crisis

The Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland is gravely concerned about the refugee crisis unfolding in Europe and the Middle East. As a member of the Jewish Coalition for Disaster Relief, the Federation system is addressing this growing humanitarian crisis with a coordinated response. To date, over half a million dollars has been raised by the North American Jewish community to aid these refugees.

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09/11/2015

Standing Up for What You Believe In

Tags: Campaign, Federation, Advocacy, Young Adults, Blog

Standing Up for What You Believe In

I am Daniel Pearlman and I grew up here, in Solon. From an early age, my identity was shaped by the Jewish Cleveland community. I went to preschool at Jewish Day Nursery, affiliated with Bellefaire, a Federation partner. Of course, I didn’t know that at the time. All I knew was that I loved the environment around me. Even today, I am still close with some of my preschool friends.

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09/10/2015

Young Leaders Support Israel on Campus

Tags: Campaign, Federation, Women, Overseas, Teens, Israel, Advocacy

Young Leaders Support Israel on Campus

Meet Becky and Daniel. They are emerging leaders in our Jewish community. We thank them for speaking out for the Jewish people and the State of Israel. They are building Jewish identity, and it’s more important than ever.

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09/09/2015

Students, Young Professionals Fight BDS

Tags: Israel, Young Adults, Teens, Overseas, Advocacy

Students, Young Professionals Fight BDS

Something new is happening at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. It’s called the Israel Advocacy Fellows Program and it’s one of the most important efforts our Community Relations Committee (CRC) is working on today.

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09/01/2015

Campaign Launch Focuses on Future

Tags: Campaign, Federation, Women, Teens, Young Adults, Family, Overseas, Advocacy

Campaign Launch Focuses on Future

Thursday, September 10, 2015 marks the launch of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s 2016 Campaign for Jewish Needs, which is the annual fundraising Campaign that supports our community’s vitality and vibrancy in the year ahead. The event is open to the public. Doors open 7:00 p.m. on September 10, 2015 at the Mandel Jewish Community Center (26001 S. Woodland Road in Beachwood).

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09/01/2015

‘Violins of Hope’ is a Teaching Instrument

Tags: PR, Federation, Israel, Overseas, Arts, Advocacy

‘Violins of Hope’ is a Teaching Instrument

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland is honored to be a partner in the Violins of Hope program, one of our most meaningful collaborations to date. Visit violinsofhopecle.org to see all events open to the public.

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08/25/2015

A Conversation with ‘Honest Reporting’

Tags: Israel, PR, Overseas, Advocacy, Federation

A Conversation with ‘Honest Reporting’

Gary Kenzer, national North American executive director of Honest Reporting, is urging supporters of Israel to become effective advocates who know how to spot biased news. Honest Reporting monitors news for bias and inaccuracy in the coverage of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

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08/19/2015

Breaking Barriers with Larry Doby

Tags: Advocacy, Federation

Breaking Barriers with Larry Doby

Let’s flashback to October 9, 1948. Game 4 of the World Series is on between the Cleveland Indians and the Boston Braves. 82,000 people cheer from the stands — one of the largest ever in World Series History. The Indians have a slim one-run lead, but somebody needs to step up.

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