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[Local 12] Need for Meals on Wheels Program Increases Because of COVID-19

Packed with love, and delivered with a smile. A local Meals on Wheels program is working hard to make sure seniors in need don’t go hungry.

The Mayerson JCC runs a Meals on Wheels program, which not only delivers food to seniors below the poverty level, but even those that may have diffic…

[Movers & Makers] Jewish Federation meeting community needs amidst COVID

The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati has been in existence for 124 years, making it the longest continually running federation of its kind in the country. Its mission is to help people in need, create an engaged community, and support the Jewish people in Cincinnati, Israel, and the world.

[JTA] Planning Reopenings Amid Pandemic, Jewish Orgs Navigate Challenges

When Jewish institutions like JCCs and synagogues shut down this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, it often felt like a wrenching decision arrived at reluctantly after careful deliberation. Now, deciding how and when to physically reopen Jewish institutions is proving at least as chall…

[JPost] After Floyd, Jewish Orgs Consider Their Own Shortcomings on Race

When the protests over the police killing of George Floyd spread throughout the United States this spring, the moment served as a wakeup call not just for the country but for American Jews. Read More > 

[Sports Illustrated] UC Baseball Players Want Schott's Name Off Stadium

Former Reds owner Marge Schott is one of the most virulent racists in baseball history—and that’s a tough competition. In 2006, Schott’s charitable foundation made a $2 million donation the Bearcats’ athletic department, which led the school to name its new baseball stadium after …