The Jewish Federation of Cleveland continued 90+ year tradition by recognizing the recipient of the distinguished Charles Eisenman Award for exceptional civic contributions: Harley I. Gross. The Federation honored Harley at the 111th Annual Meeting on April 14 at B’nai Jeshurun Congregation.
You don’t have to travel far to hear the music of the world. Experience the multi-cultural sounds and entrancing fusions of Hebrew, Arabic and Ethiopian with a full-length concert by The Idan Raichel Project at this year’s Yom Ha’atzmaut (Israel’s Independence Day) celebration on April 23!
Recently, my two housemates and I hosted 20 young Jewish professionals from St. Petersburg, Russia in our home for Shabbat dinner, along with a small number of young Clevelanders.
Are you or someone you know Jewish, single, and living in Cleveland? Check out our newest blog, “Cleveland Yenta Center: Single in the CLE,” written by matchmaking guru, Rachel Heiser!
Meet Jennifer, a local Clevelander and Jewish Federation of Cleveland Board of Trustee, who moved her family overseas to France for a year. She now shares with us her experience during the last week.
A very special thanks our Campaign Closing inspiring speakers, who shared their personal, powerful stories and reminded us why we do this important fundraising – so that stories like theirs continue in the years ahead. Thank you, Maayan Cohen, Sydney Harris, Tia Kropko, Scott Matasar, and Sally Wertheim – and, all of the presenters and guests who joined us last night.
Mazel Tov, Dr. Margaret Richards Frankel, this year's recipient of the Amb. Milton A. and Roslyn Z. Wolf Young Campaigner of the Year Award.
Now Available: Premiere Summer Internship Program in Israel for Young Adults
Bradley Sherman wows the crowd at the YLD Big Event with his wisdom and words.
Spoken word artist Andrew Lustig wows the audience at this year's General Assembly.