The Kol Israel Foundation was founded by a group of people in the 1950’s, who came to Cleveland after the Holocaust, to establish a memorial for their friends and family members who perished in the Holocaust.
I honestly had no idea what to expect. Would the roads still be flooded? Is it dangerous? The news made Houston look like a war zone. What was I about to get myself into?
Temporary housing, water supplied from rocks, mana from heaven to eat – these are the biblical memories evoked by the Sukkot holiday, the Festival of Booths.
Rabbi Steve Segar of Kol HaLev in Pepper Pike and Pastor Richard M. Gibson of Elizabeth Baptist Church in Cleveland are well acquainted with exploring social justice issues together.
Those in the Senate who oppose Medicaid believe they now have the votes and a narrow window to act by the end of this week to convert Medicaid into a block grant which would lead to devastating cuts
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland, Public Officials and other Organizations sign document to stand together against hate.
Recently, a group of civic leaders, through the insight and generosity of Tom and Joanie Adler and the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, learned about a most beautiful, historic, spirit-filled, and complicated place called Israel.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland joins Federations across the country in raising funds for the victims of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, and Hurricane Maria.
Our thoughts are with the people of Houston and the other areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey
Jewish Federations across the country are raising funds to support communities and individuals in Houston, San Antonio, Galveston, Corpus Christi and other areas that have been hammered by Hurricane Harvey. With record breaking volumes of rain having fallen through the weekend and expected to continue through tomorrow, extensive damage is continuing to mount.