Women Raise $4.1M in 2018 Campaign for Jewish Needs
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We did it! Together we raised a record-breaking $32,738,328 for the 2018 Campaign for Jewish Needs!
At the Campaign Closing Celebration, Federation’s Board Chair, Gary L. Gross, said, “The Women’s Philanthropy Campaign raises more money than many other cities do in their entire campaigns!” Women in our community brought in $4,123,727. Thank you for your dollars, your time, and your involvement!
We are thrilled to welcome 14 new Lions of Judah (women who make an individual gift of $5,000 or more to the annual Campaign for Jewish Needs) and 30 new Pomegranates (women who make an individual gift of $1,800 - $4,999 to the annual Campaign for Jewish Needs).
We were able to increase the money we raised by nearly 10% over the last year. This growth will translate into helping keep vital programs strong, while also adding new needed programs here in Cleveland and around the globe.
Thank you to all of our Campaigners and incredible community members for an inspirational Campaign! Special thanks to the 2018 Campaign for Jewish Needs Women’s Philanthropy Campaign Co-Chairs, Adrienne Goldberg and Danielle Wild, and Campaign Vice Chair, Becky Heller, for helping us lead the way! On behalf of the people we help and the community we serve, todah.