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10/21/2017

Focus Your Philanthropy with Mission Statement

Tags: Giving, Federation, PR, Philanthropy

Some call baby boomers the sandwich generation because they are caring for both parents and children. Similarly, many baby boomers are sandwiched between inheriting assets or family businesses and planning for future distributions of their own assets or transferring of the family business.

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08/28/2017

Support the 2017 Hurricane Relief Funds

Tags: Federation, PR, Giving, Advocacy

Support the 2017 Hurricane Relief Funds

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.

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12/09/2016

Bar Mitzvah Project Raises $20,000

Tags: Federation, Education, Family, Kids, Campaign, Giving

Bar Mitzvah Project Raises $20,000

Last summer, 13-year-old Sam Heller took a trip to Europe with his family that affected him in a way that he couldn’t have imagined.

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11/28/2016

Donate Now: Israel Fire Emergency Fund

Tags: Federation, PR, Giving

Donate Now: Israel Fire Emergency Fund

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland joins Jewish Federations across North America to raise funds to help address the impact of over 200 fires raging across Israel, which have already displaced nearly 100,000 people. In many places, essential services such as electricity and train lines have been interrupted. Many major roads have been closed intermittently.

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08/22/2016

Campaign Aims to Inspire

Tags: Federation, PR, Campaign, Giving

Campaign Aims to Inspire

The theme of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s 2017 Campaign for Jewish Needs is inspiration, and David F. Adler, new general campaign chair, said he hopes the Cleveland Jewish community will be inspired to come together to do more in meeting its needs.

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08/16/2016

Support Baton Rouge Flood Relief

Tags: Federation, PR, Giving, Advocacy

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Relentless flooding has devastated southern Louisiana, now a federal disaster area.

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08/10/2016

Support Cemetery Preservation Campaign

Tags: Federation, PR, Cemetery, Giving

Support Cemetery Preservation Campaign

Ed Singer has a strong emotional attachment to Lansing Cemetery, in Cleveland’s Slavic Village, as he has about 16 relatives buried there – including his parents and both sets of grandparents.

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07/27/2016

Update: Cemetery Preservation Campaign

Tags: PR, Federation, Giving, Cemetery

Update: Cemetery Preservation Campaign

In just over one year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland has raised close to $2.8 million for its Cemetery Preservation Campaign, putting them just $700k short of a $3.5 million goal to preserve Cleveland’s older Jewish cemeteries. The Federation asks all who are interested to donate to the community-wide campaign at www.jewishcleveland.org/cemetery.

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05/04/2016

Donor Advised Funds for Baby Boomers

Tags: Giving, Federation, PR, Philanthropy, Endowment

Baby Boomers – who are we? It would take much more than a few words to define us. We do know that Baby Boomers as a group are generous people. Americans over 65 are more likely to donate than any other age group, and on average, more than double what adults 25 – 34 give, says a new Merrill Lynch study. Whether donating money or time, it is safe to say that Baby Boomers are looking for ways to make our world a better place.

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04/21/2016

Support Houston Flood Relief

Tags: Advocacy, Federation, Giving

Support Houston Flood Relief

The city of Houston and nine surrounding counties were hit this week with extensive flooding, including areas where the Jewish community is concentrated. One to two feet of rain fell in a very short time, completely overwhelming bayous and streams in the area and rain is continuing to fall. It is expected that the damage will surpass the range and severity of last year’s Memorial Day weekend flood.

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