Jewish Federation of Cincinnati

Established 1896

Mission Our mission is to develop and connect leaders, contributors, organizations, and ideas to build
an inclusive Jewish community that helps people in need, supports Israel, and assures a vibrant Jewish future.

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Serving Our Community The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati envisions an exceptional Cincinnati Jewish community, and through the community-wide strategic plan Cincinnati 2020, brings diverse groups together to build it. We raise money and use a volunteer-driven, transparent process to distribute it to the local, national, and global programs that need it most. We connect our community agencies with the leaders and expertise they need to thrive. And we work to protect Jewish security by educating the community and advocating for Israel. We do all of this to help people in need, create an engaged community, assure our Jewish future, and support the Jewish people in Cincinnati, in Israel, and throughout the world.

Leadership

Volunteer Leadership
Tedd Friedman, President
Debbie Brant, Vice President
Jennifer Dauer, Vice President
Arna Poupko Fisher, Vice President
Gary Greenberg, Vice President
Marty Hiudt, Vice President
Michelle Kohn, Vice President
Jay Price, Vice President
John Silverman, Vice President
Scot Perlman, Secretary/Treasurer
Suzette Fisher, Past President
Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp, Rabbinic Representative

Professional Leadership
Shep Englander, CEO
Avi Ram, Chief Operating Officer
Danielle V. Minson, Chief Development Officer
Barbara Miller, Director of Community Building
Sarah Weiss, Director, Jewish Community Relations Council
Pam Geller, Director of Marketing and Communications

Other Ways to Help

  • Super Sunday, April 2, 2017 – The annual Jewish community phone-a-thon supports the Community Campaign and programs and agencies that build exceptional lives in our community.
  • Jewish Federation of Cincinnati 121st Annual Meeting, May 17, 2017
  • Sustainers Event, May 24, 2017 – Honors Jewish Cincinnati’s Sustainers, those who have made legacy commitments to Jewish organizations and congregations in Cincinnati through the Create Your Jewish Legacy Program.

Jewish Federation of Cincinnati
8499 Ridge Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45236
(513) 985-1500
jewishcincinnati.org

More info or to give: jewishcincinnati.org

 

 

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