The Stein Family Celebrates Super Sunday
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Stephanie and Brian Stein are honored to be Co-Chairs of this year's Super Sunday, along with Lauren and David Roth and Shoshana and Elliott Jacobs. They’ll help celebrate our community and the 2019 Campaign for Jewish Needs.
The Steins are making Super Sunday a true family affair - their daughter, Brooklyn, will be a pledge card runner and Stephanie will be leading Yoga for Kids classes throughout the day. We sat down with Stephanie and Brian to find out how they’re gearing up for October 14 on-site and online. Here’s what they had to say:
Q – What does Super Sunday mean to you?
A – Super Sunday is an opportunity for our community to come together and reach out to one another. We are honored to be Co-Chairs of Super Sunday because we know what an important piece it is to our community. It’s our chance to give back to the Federation that does so much for so many agencies that we benefit from, so many agencies in the community, and helping people in need throughout our community and across the globe. It’s important that we not only participate in it, but we lend our name in support of it and invite others to rally around the cause as well.
Q – What are 3 words to describe Super Sunday?
A – Important, Fun, Together: The Federation provides an umbrella for all the agencies in our community that support all the individuals in different ways. And it’s that togetherness that makes our community so strong and it’s important on Super Sunday that we in turn come together to support the Federation.
Q – How is this year’s Super Sunday changing from year’s past?
A – This year, Super Sunday is taking an innovative approach to giving – not just on the phone, but we’re exploring new channels and using digital touch points, whether it’s email, text, social media to reach out and invite people to participate and donate digitally. As we continue to embrace online tools, we are bringing the digital into the event itself. Instead of handing out the traditional pledge cards, we’re inviting them to make a gift via iPad and other modes of digital and social reach.
Q – What agencies are you passionate about in Jewish Cleveland?
A – In Cleveland, we’re very lucky to have the Federation support the local day schools in our community – from Hebrew Academy of Cleveland, Fuchs Mizrachi School, Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School, and Gross Schechter Day School. Our children have both attended Schechter and have been so lucky to benefit from that support. Having that support really makes the education and the whole experience possible. Without the dedication from our community throughout the Campaign, day school would be unattainable to so many families.
Come join the Steins and 1,000 other members of Jewish Cleveland at Super Sunday, October 14.