Marci and Liz are two friends who love giving back to the community together! As Co-Chairs of the Winter Break Lunch Program, they serve hot lunches and distribute holiday gifts to children in Cleveland’s most vulnerable areas. Find out how you can join Marci and Liz in giving back this holiday season.
Join the Jewish Federation of Cleveland for a day of inspiration and community unity at Super Sunday, Jewish Cleveland’s single largest one-day giveathon of the year! The Federation seeks volunteers to make calls that raise funds for the 2018 Campaign for Jewish Needs. The event will take place on Sunday, October 29 from 9 am to 7 pm at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Building (25701 Science Park Drive, Beachwood).
As we begin the New Year, we reflect on the past but look toward the future – how can we make a difference? The Mandel JCC Lunch Plus Program is a warm and caring place, whether it’s serving meals or just helping out with a bingo game. With our community's support of the Campaign for Jewish Needs, programs like Lunch Plus can help care for our most vulnerable, as we aspire to leave no one behind.
Do you remember that year before entering high school? It’s daunting, especially if you feel alone, confused, and unsure of where the next four years will take you. Developmentally, eighth grade students are exploring issues of personal identity and discovering their unique interests, attributes and skills.
In 1926, the Hebrew Cultural Garden was dedicated as part of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. Nearly 100 years later, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland proudly supports and manages this historic garden and maintains its landscape. “This is all thanks to the generosity of many people in our community," said Donna Yanowitz, Chair of Federation's Hebrew Cultural Garden committee. “We all care about maintaining such an important landmark in the city of Cleveland.”