Upcoming Events for You
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We hope to see you at our upcoming events! During the month of May, we'll discuss the importance of integrating wellness during times of uncertainty, celebrate Shavuot with ice cream, launch a new book club for young adults, and more!
Thriving Through Uncertainty
A “Weekly Wellness” virtual event
Françoise Adan, MD, ABIHM, chief whole health and wellbeing officer of University Hospitals (UH) and the director of UH Connor Integrative Health Network, will provide practical tools to navigate the coming months. She'll share how you can manage stress through your passions, and maintain your physical health and mental wellbeing during this time of uncertainty. Hosted by Shelley Gimbel.
7 – 8 pm
Shavuot Ice Cream Social-ish
Shavout is a harvest festival that celebrates the giving of the Torah. It is a Shavuot tradition to eat dairy on the holiday. To celebrate with other families with young children, join us for an outdoor Shavuot Ice Cream Social-ish!
1 – 2 pm or
3 – 4 pm
YLD Book Club
Jewish Clevelanders ages 21-45 can participate in our first YLD Book Club! Our first book will be The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. Read the book, then join us for a virtual book club discussion!
Contact Jack Fuchsman if you'd like to participate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women IN Philanthropy Signature Event
A virtual celebration of our Lion of Judah Society and Pomegranate Society donors*.
Hear from Arielle Di Porto, director of the Aliyah Section of the Jewish Agency for Israel, who will share insight on how she helps Jews from areas of the world under distress and danger immigrate to Israel.
Honor Danielle Wild, recipient of the 2021 Ruby Bass Challenge Award, for her exemplary dedication and leadership to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland and the Women IN Philanthropy Campaign.
12 – 1 pm
*Lion of Judah Society donors are women who make individual gifts of $5,000 or more to the annual Campaign for Jewish Needs. Pomegranate Society donors are women who make individual gifts of $1,800 - $4,999 to the annual Campaign for Jewish Needs.