Board Chair, J. David Heller and President Erika B. Rudin-Luria share their Rosh Hashanah message.
Following the recent Israeli-Hamas conflict and ongoing battles against COVID-19, 17 local Jews visited Israel to extend the city’s support and learn about Cleveland’s positive impact on the country.
Four Clevelanders from the Jewish Federations of North America’s National Young Leadership Cabinet attended a daylong program of lectures and panel discussions targeting antisemitism and solutions to slow its rising growth July 20 in Washington, D.C.
Each year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland recognizes extraordinary volunteers for the impact they make on our community.
The Gries awardee each year is someone who has demonstrated extensive top leadership in Federation and other local Jewish organization activities, as well as significant leadership in Greater Cleveland’s general community.
– The Jewish Federation of Cleveland announced that the staff of Cleveland Clinic, The MetroHealth System, and University Hospitals have been named the 97th recipients of the Charles Eisenman Award, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s highest civic honor for outstanding contributions to our community. The Federation recognized these three healthcare systems and celebrated our community at the 117th Annual Meeting on Wednesday, April 21.
Justin Kadis has been awarded the 2020 Bennett and Donna Yanowitz Leadership Award by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. The award recognizes and honors an outstanding young individual who has demonstrated commitment, involvement, and leadership within Cleveland’s Jewish community. He received the award at the Federation’s virtual Board of Trustees meeting on February 16.
Ben Becker has been awarded the 2019 Bennett z”l and Donna Yanowitz Leadership Award by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland.
Enid Rosenberg shares her remarks upon accepting the 2020 Charles Eisenman Award for Exceptional Civic Contributions at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland's 116th annual meeting.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland today announced that Enid Rosenberg has been named the 96th recipient of the Charles Eisenman Award, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s highest civic honor for outstanding contributions to our community. The Federation will recognize Rosenberg and celebrate our community at the 116th Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 14. All are welcome to attend this virtual event.