2017 Annual Meeting Coming to the Mayerson JCC


Barry Finestone

Keynote Speaker
Barry Finestone,
President & CEO
of the Jim Joseph

Please join us as we report on another year of investing in our community and welcome back Barry Finestone, Jim Joseph Foundation President & CEO.

The Jewish Foundation’s Annual Meeting

Thursday, November 2, 2017

7:00 pm–8:30 pm (Dessert reception to follow)

Mayerson JCC, Amberley Room

Please RSVP to Lauren Seal at or (513) 214-1200

To Israel and Back: A Journey Home

Hagit Limor is a longtime Cincinnati television reporter and associate professor of electronic media at the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music. She was one of 508 Cincinnatians who traveled together on the 2016 Cincinnati Congregation and Community Israel Mission, which included participants from nine different Cincinnati congregations. It was the largest Israel mission in Cincinnati’s history… Read More

Finding home 6,000 miles from Cincinnati

This op-ed is part of a series profiling the recent 2016 Cincinnati Congregation and Community Israel Mission. Funded in part by the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati and organized by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, the 10-day trip included more than 500 people from nine different Cincinnati congregations, representing Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Humanistic movements of Judaism. It was the largest Israel mission in Cincinnati’s history… Read More

2 College Students from Area Intern in Israel

Two Warren County college students spent two months this summer as interns in Israel.

Mason High School graduate Josh Greenfield and Kings High School graduate Matt Liebowitz were part of a group of 14 college students from across the greater Cincinnati area who took part in Onward Israel, a program that places Jewish students in internships in their chosen fields of study in Tel Aviv… Read More

Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education develops resource

An educational guide for the Holocaust Memorial on the Ohio State House grounds has recently been launched state-wide by the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education as a new resource for teachers.  This article written by Martin Graham, which originally appeared in the December 3rd issue of the Record Herald, discusses the background for the guide and how it’s being shared with educators across the state. Read the full article…