Have you met Jim Samuels? Chances are if you’ve been to Super Sunday, you might recognize him as one of the helpful trainers working with volunteers on event day. He’s been participating as volunteer and donor for forty years and counting.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland hopes to surpass the $1 million mark for the fourth straight year at its Super Sunday event from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Federation’s Mandel Building in Beachwood. Volunteers share their stories of why they participate.
Excited to be a volunteer? Join us at one of our largest community-wide events of the year to make calls in support of the Campaign for Jewish Needs! Check out the top 10 Reasons Why Being a Super Sunday Volunteer is Super!
Brancha, an Ethiopian-Israeli girl, was in ninth grade when her mother died. She was suddenly alone, and her grades plummeted. She was placed in a low-performing vocational high school where she did not belong.
Be a volunteer at Super Sunday, one of the largest community-wide events in Jewish Cleveland! The Jewish Federation of Cleveland seeks volunteers to make calls in support of the 2016 Campaign for Jewish Needs. The event takes place from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on October 25 at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Building (25701 Science Park Drive, Beachwood).
At age 77, Teddy won’t give up his fight to live life on his own terms. Although his disabilities have worsened with age, his spirit is just as strong. When he wanted to find a new home where he could live out his final years with as much independence as possible, near the family that means so much to him, Federation was there to help.