The Jewish Federations of North America has opened a mailbox to gather aid from across the Jewish Federation community for the victims of the devastating tornado that tore through the Oklahoma City area on May 20, killing and injuring many people and leaving a wide path of destruction.
Funds raised will support relief efforts of the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City. One hundred percent of funds donated will go to the local Federation and its relief efforts on the ground.
At the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s 117th Annual Meeting, President Andy Berger will present the Goldstein Volunteer of the Year Award to Beth Guttman On May 23, at the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s 117th Annual Meeting, President Andy Berger will present the Goldstein Volunteer of the Year Award to Beth Guttman and two Weston “Avodah” Awards to communal professionals Danielle V. Minson and Sarah Ganson.
The Jewish Federation’s 117th Annual Meeting—Cincinnati 2020 LIVE—will be held May 23, at 7 p.m., at the Mayerson JCC. Attendees will pay tribute to local agencies’ and congregations’ achievements in the past year and honor our community’s volunteers and professionals who are making Cincinnati 2020 a reality. They will also be the first to hear about a generous gift to the Jewish Federation, which will fund a new Cincinnati 2020 initiative that focuses on encouraging young adults to move to and stay in Cincinnati. The event is free and open to the public; no registration is necessary.