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03/28/2018

Volunteers Needed: Spring Cemetery Cleanup on April 29

Tags: Federation, PR, Volunteer

Volunteers Needed: Spring Cemetery Cleanup on April 29

There is no greater mitzvah (good deed) than caring for those who came before us. Volunteers are needed for the Annual Spring Cemetery Cleanup hosted by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Jewish Volunteer Network and the Commission on Cemetery Preservation (COCP). The event will take place on Sunday, April 29 from 9:30 – 11:30 am at Chesed Shel Emeth (3740 Ridge Road, Cleveland), also known as Ridge Rd. #1.

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03/27/2018

Yom Hashoah V'Hagvurah on April 11

Tags: Advocacy, Federation, PR

Yom Hashoah V'Hagvurah on April 11

An estimated 770 Holocaust survivors live in the Cleveland area. Our community will honor these survivors and remember those who perished during the Holocaust at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland and Kol Israel Foundation’s Yom Hashoah V’Hagvurah. Join us on Wednesday, April 11 at 7:00 pm at Park Synagogue Main, 3300 Mayfield Road in Cleveland Heights. This annual event is free and open to the community.

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03/26/2018

Celebrating Israel at 70 with "70 Facts about Israel"

Tags: Federation, Advocacy, Israel, Overseas, PR, Families, Kids, Teens, Women, Young Adults

Celebrating Israel at 70 with "70 Facts about Israel"

Want to impress your friends with your trivia skills? Check out these 70 facts about Israel, in celebration of Israel's milestone anniversary of independence!

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03/23/2018

Cleveland, Israeli Tech Leaders Talk Women in STEM

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

Cleveland, Israeli Tech Leaders Talk Women in STEM

Women make up more than half of the college-educated workforce in the United States, but hold only 24 percent of science, technology, engineering and math jobs.

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03/16/2018

Simplify Giving, Create Your Legacy

Tags: Federation, PR, legacy

Carol Wolf

The Cleveland Jewish community is one of the most generous in the United States and most of us give because we believe in the missions of the charitable organizations to which we donate.

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03/15/2018

Kerry Kertesz Receives Yanowitz Award

Tags: Federation, Young Adults, PR

Kerry Kertesz of University Heights

Kerry Kertesz of University Heights has been awarded the 2017 Bennett and Donna Yanowitz Leadership Award by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. The award recognizes and honors an outstanding young individual who has demonstrated commitment, involvement, and leadership within Cleveland’s Jewish community. Kertesz was presented the award at the Federation’s Board meeting on March 14.

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03/08/2018

Silver Linings: Rhoda Seifert

Tags: Federation, PR, Volunteer, Campaign

Silver Linings: Rhoda Seifert

When Rhoda Seifert was growing up, she heard stories about her family's experiences in the Holocaust.

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03/05/2018

Jewish Federation of Cleveland Announces Israel at 70 Series to Celebrate Israel's 70th Birthday

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Jewish Federation of Cleveland Announces Israel at 70 Series to Celebrate Israel's 70th Birthday

Year-long celebration for Clevelanders of all backgrounds includes concert by Israeli superstar David Broza and the first-ever IsraelFest!

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03/01/2018

Stress Knows No International Borders

Tags: Family, Philanthropy, Federation, PR, Kids, Families, Overseas, Israel

Stress Knows No International Borders

Believe it or not, children from across the country and around the globe are experiencing similar types of stress. Factors like living below the poverty line, having dysfunctional families, or experiencing trauma know no geographic boundaries. Left unattended, this stress can negatively affect a child’s school performance, social well-being, and ultimately, their future success as an adult.

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02/23/2018

Federation President Hoffman to Retire at End of Year

Tags: Federation, PR

Federation President Hoffman to Retire at End of Year

Around the world, Cleveland is considered an influential Jewish community. This is the case for many reasons, one of which is its proud history of producing revered Jewish leaders who play instrumental and influential roles in the community at the local, national and international level.

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