Uplifting, inspiring, engaging: community leaders, elected officials, and special guests from across our diverse city joined an esteemed panel to look at the role of women in STEM at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Community Relations Committee.
One of the missions of the Federation is to Leave No One Behind. That is the same message of Youth Opportunities Unlimited (Y.O.U.) – to help disadvantaged youth, born into poverty, develop the skills and abilities required to succeed in school and work so that they may realize their dreams and their potential and success at a job or entrepreneurship.
Kerry Kertesz of University Heights has been awarded the 2017 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. Kertesz was presented the award at the Federation’s Board meeting on March 14.
Whether you love it or dread it, each family has their own unique bedtime routine for their children. Check out some of these ideas and tips from local Jewish Cleveland parents that are sure to make you smile.
Ohio is ground zero for opioid addiction and the Cleveland Jewish community is not immune to this crisis. In addition to providing multiple resources for families caught in the grip of this medical crisis, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, in partnership with the Greater Cleveland Board of Rabbis, is hosting a series of community-wide events in response to the opioid addiction crisis.
Each year, the Federation’s Community Relations Committee (CRC) hosts our Tu B’Shevat Seder to bring together more than 100 members of the Greater Cleveland community to celebrate our shared Earth. Community member shared their thoughts on how they will honor the Earth in the year ahead.