Help bridge the digital divide – the gap between those who can access the digital world and those who cannot.
We hope to see you at our upcoming events! During the month of July, we'll connect with Israeli performers in a virtual setting, volunteer with local organizations, celebrate nature with a family-friendly scavenger hunt, and more!
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland received well over its initial goal for its Good Deeds Day celebration April 18, with more than 165 casseroles and 1,000 pounds of food items donated.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland in Beachwood is encouraging the community to join its observation of Good Deeds Day by taking part in one of four volunteer opportunities created to tackle hunger in Cleveland on April 18.
Let's do good together! Join the Jewish Federation of Cleveland as we celebrate this global day of good deeds! Families and individuals of all ages are invited to volunteer and take action as we help feed the hungry.
Meet Marty Shankle, our new Jewish Volunteer Network (JVN) chair! Marty shares with us why it's important to give your time, and the value of building community connections through volunteer work.
Help feed Cleveland families at-risk for hunger with your favorite casserole/lasagne recipe!
The Mandel Jewish Community Center’s longstanding Lunch Plus program has shifted operations during the COVID-19 pandemic to continue to meet the needs of Greater Cleveland’s vulnerable senior population.
To prevent social distancing from becoming social isolation in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic – especially among the elderly in Jewish Cleveland – the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Jewish Volunteer Network (JVN) quickly mobilized to create a multi-pronged program designed to touch base with these vulnerable community members to make sure they knew they were not alone or forgotten in this unsettled time.
While COVID-19 was causing plenty of damage felt in the present, it was also leaving a trail of destruction stretching into years forward.