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The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati to Buy Temple Sholom Building and Property

Temple Sholom’s Board President Carol Shore has recently announced that the Board of Trustees has unanimously approved the sale of their building and real estate to The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati. With the funds from this sale, they will start implementing their vision of Reform Judaism that will be relevant and personal to the lives of their congregants and the spiritual development of their community… Read More

JVS Career Services Partners with The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati to Select New JVS CEO

The Board of Trustees of Jewish Vocational Services (JVS) Career Services is pleased to announce the hiring of Joni Burton as its new CEO. Burton brings decades of experience in recruiting, staffing and management. For the past ten years, she has served as CEO of ERB Solutions, a permanent placement and staffing company that assisted organizations in recruiting top-notch talent… Read More

The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati with Taglit-Birthright Israel Fund Young Adult Trip to Israel

A group of Jewish young adults from Cincinnati recently returned from a once-in-a-lifetime experience, traveling to Israel on a community Birthright trip. This trip, which was customized for Cincinnatians, was a collaboration among The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, the Mayerson JCC, and Taglit-Birthright Israel… Read More

Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati Supports New Exhibit: Unlocking the Gates of Auschwitz 70 Years Later

The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education featuring the Steven F. Cassidy Collection, in partnership with Cincinnati Museum Center and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, has developed and built a powerful exhibition commemorating the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. Unlocking the Gates of Auschwitz 70 Years Later opens at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center on January 30, 2015, 70 years after the camp’s liberation… Read More

Former Jewish Foundation Board of Trustees Members Looking Forward to What Future Holds

Gloria Haffer and Bob Kanter remember back to when they were first asked to join the Board of Jewish Hospital, Bob in the 70’s, Gloria in the 80’s. “It was a prestigious honor,” said Bob. Adds Gloria, “Jewish Hospital was the jewel in the crown. To be on the board was a big deal.”

Gloria and Bob have both recently completed their terms on the Board of Trustees for the Jewish Foundation, a Board that was created from the Jewish Hospital Board when the hospital joined the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati in 1995… Read More