The Saltzman Youth Panel educates Jewish Cleveland high school students like me about philanthropy. Together, this year’s cohort of 40 high school juniors and seniors will make decisions about allocating $42,500 to worthy organizations in the Jewish and general communities.
“Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go”…actually I went to my sisters’ homes, and I took the only grandmother with me, my wife Amy. The horse didn’t know the way, so I just followed the Ohio and Pennsylvania turnpikes!
Tuesday, November 28 is Giving Tuesday. This year, give back to Jewish Cleveland through the 2018 Campaign for Jewish Needs!
Our Jewish Cleveland story began about three years ago. We moved back to Northeast Ohio and were eager enough to get in touch with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Young Leadership Division (YLD) Director, Jessie Bruder.
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.
With just one gift to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, you are giving to more than 30 partner organizations in Cleveland and around the world.
As we begin the process of contemplating our sins we can be very tough on ourselves. As we contemplate the state of our nation we can be even tougher on ourselves. And, as we think about where our relationship with Israel is going – well “tough” may not be the word; how about “complicated?”
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
I’m a 23-year-old Clevelander; I grew up in Shaker Heights. My mom is from Israel, my dad is from Akron. Judaism has always been important to us, and I love being a part of Jewish Cleveland.