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WATCH: Gary L. Gross Receives 2024 Eisenman Award

May 28, 2024

WATCH: Gary L. Gross Receives 2024 Eisenman Award

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland announced at the 120th Annual Meeting on May 23 that Gary L. Gross has been named the 100th recipient of the Charles Eisenman Award, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s highest civic honor for outstanding contributions to our community.

Watch: What Will Cleveland Look Like In 120 Years?

May 24, 2024

Watch: What Will Cleveland Look Like In 120 Years?

In celebrating Federation's 120 years since its founding, we asked our local day school students what Cleveland will look like in 120 years.

Jewish Cleveland Ads Bring Awareness to the Hostages

May 16, 2024

Jewish Cleveland Ads Bring Awareness to the Hostages

To remind the Greater Cleveland community that there are more than 130 innocent people still being held hostage by Hamas, the Federation is now running ads on Bally Sports Cleveland during the first round of the Cleveland Cavaliers playoffs and throughout the Cleveland Guardians regular season.

Federation President Named JPro National Board Chair

May 15, 2024

Federation President Named JPro National Board Chair

Erika B. Rudin-Luria, president of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, was named the board chair of JPro, a professional development organization for individuals in the Jewish nonprofit sector.

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