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11/08/2016

Deciding to Give

Tags: Federation, PR, Blog

Deciding to Give

A close friend who is a cancer survivor sends an email asking you to sponsor her for a Run/Walk supporting an organization that provides services for cancer patients and their families. You are somewhat familiar with the charity, but have not supported it before. How long does it take to decide to make a donation?

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11/02/2016

Honoring Roe Green

Tags: Women, Blog, Volunteer, Federation, Arts

Honoring Roe Green

It's the ultimate gift - to give of yourself. This year, Jewish Federation of Cleveland Board member, Roe Green, is being honored for her years of generosity.

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10/27/2016

My #JewishCleveland: Margaret Frankel

Tags: Federation, Blog, Young Adult

My #JewishCleveland: Margaret Frankel

“It’s nice to see my generation can make an impact in this community - and that impact happens in a big way.”

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10/21/2016

Women Changing Philanthropy

Tags: Federation, Women, PR, Blog

Women Changing Philanthropy

If you are like me – Jewish, female, and a baby boomer – you are part of a growing group of women philanthropists transforming the Jewish world.

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10/20/2016

Talking about Denial

Tags: Federation, Blog

The concept of denial can cut two ways.

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10/20/2016

Teens Learn Jewish Values, Philanthropy

Tags: Federation, Teens, Philanthropy, Blog

Teens Learn Jewish Values, Philanthropy

On Sunday, October 9, the 2016-17 Saltzman Youth Panel opened our first meeting by talking about an amazing individual. There are many words to describe Maurice Saltzman – orphan, businessman, and entrepreneur are just a few that come to mind. The most important word I can use to describe Mr. Saltzman would be teacher.

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10/20/2016

Uses for Honey After the Holidays

Tags: Food, Blog, Federation, Holidays, Women, Family, Teens

Uses for Honey After the Holidays

Many people ask me, “What can I do with all the beautiful honey I have left over after Rosh Hashanah?”

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10/10/2016

A Yom Kippur Message

Tags: Federation, Blog

A Yom Kippur Message

In just a little more than 48 hours Jewish tradition suggests that our fates will be sealed for the year to come. Since Rosh Hashanah we have been reflecting on our personal behavior of the past year – our relationships with one another and our relationship with our Creator.

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09/23/2016

Shari Perlmuter in Her Own Words

Tags: Women, Blog, Volunteer, Campaign, Federation

Shari Perlmuter in Her Own Words

Shari Perlmuter grew up in Jewish Cleveland and has spent a lifetime not only giving her time and money to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland but her heart as well. In recognition of that lifelong commitment and passion for the Federation and the Jewish community, Shari is receiving this year’s Ruby Bass Award. Shari hopes her legacy of tikkun olam (repairing the world) lives on for years to come.

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09/20/2016

My #JewishCleveland: Sam Krichevsky

Tags: Federation, Blog, Young Adult, Overseas

My #JewishCleveland: Sam Krichevsky

“If Federation wasn’t there helping my family, I wouldn’t be who I am and where I am today.”

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