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12/30/2019

What's Happening in January

Tags: Federation, PJ Library, Women, Philanthropy, CIAC

What's Happening in January

Join our community for upcoming Federation events this month. Take a look. There's something for everyone!

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12/19/2019

My Federation Story: Giving Back to a Community That Does So Much for Us

Tags: Women, Federation

My Federation Story: Giving Back to a Community That Does So Much for Us

Growing up in Cincinnati, my Jewish heritage always played a large role in my life. My parents kept a kosher home, my mother was involved in organizations like Hadassah and ORT, and I was proud to be part of a Jewish community.

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12/18/2019

Message from Danielle Wild, Women's Philanthropy Chair

Tags: Women, Blog

By now I hope you have heard about the tremendous success of our 2020 Campaign for Jewish Needs! Our amazingly generous community raised $33.1 million by more than 13,000 donors representing 9,869 gifts, and Women’s Philanthropy raised $4.4 million from 3,550 donors. This record-setting number will allow us to do so much good for those in need in Cleveland, Israel and around the world.

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12/13/2019

$33,102,355 Raised in the 2020 Campaign for Jewish Needs

Tags: Federation, Video, Women, Campaign, Young Adults

$33,102,355 Raised in the 2020 Campaign for Jewish Needs

More than $33.1 million has been raised by more than 13,000 donors representing 9,869 gifts to help care for one another, prepare for the future, share our perspectives, and repair our world. This is what "The Impact of Together" is all about!

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11/27/2019

Five Questions with Dr. Sima Goel

Tags: Federation, Women

Five Questions with Dr. Sima Goel

By age 17, Sima Goel had seen enough to know that increasing anti-Semitism had irreversibly changed her home country of Iran. Leaving behind her family, friends, and her life as she knew it, she undertook a harrowing journey to freedom that she documented in her book, Fleeing the Hijab: A Jewish Woman’s Escape From Iran.

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10/31/2019

Adrienne Goldberg Receives Ruby Bass Award

Tags: Federation, Women, Campaign, PR, Video

Adrienne Goldberg Receives Ruby Bass Award

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland announced that Adrienne Goldberg of Pepper Pike was awarded the 2019 Ruby Bass Challenge Award, the organization’s most prestigious award for women philanthropists. Goldberg was honored with the award at the Federation’s Women’s Philanthropy Signature Event on October 30.

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10/17/2019

Apply for Coaching Circles: Series V

Tags: Women, Federation

Apply for Coaching Circles: Series V

Our Coaching Circles offer Jewish Cleveland women an open, motivating, and engaging process to connect with women leaders through learning, meaningful conversations, mentoring, and peer-based coaching.

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09/05/2019

My Federation Story: Experiencing Jewish Life in St. Petersburg, Russia and Israel

Tags: Women, Federation

My Federation Story: Experiencing Jewish Life in St. Petersburg, Russia and Israel

This summer my husband and I had the privilege to attend a Jewish Federation of Cleveland Mission to St. Petersburg, Russia and Israel. I am a native Clevelander and my husband is from Dayton. As empty nesters we recently moved to Cleveland from Dayton for work and be closer to family.

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09/05/2019

Message from Danielle Wild, Women's Philanthropy Chair

Tags: Women, Blog

I hope you had a wonderful summer and have been enjoying the beautiful weather we've had. Take full advantage, because fall is right around the corner! Along with fall comes the start of our annual Campaign for Jewish Needs, and the many exciting events that come along with it. I hope you will be able to join us!

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06/07/2019

Women's Philanthropy Spring Brunch Welcomes First Female Chasidic Judge in US

Tags: Federation, PR, Women

Women's Philanthropy Spring Brunch Welcomes First Female Chasidic Judge in US

When Rachel “Ruchie” Freier was approaching 30 years old, she was done being a legal secretary. During a get-together before Passover that year, she announced to her friends she was going to college and would become a lawyer.

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