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[The Jerusalem Post:] The Next Big Thing?

“The financial support model is no longer meaningful as the centerpiece of the relationship,” says Shep Englander, CEO of the Cincinnati Federation. “We need to build a partnership with Israelis who are concerned about civil society and pluralism. It can’t be an American-led campaign…

[Local12:] Cincinnati Jewish women prep Thanksgiving meals

Thanksgiving is a month away and on Sunday, volunteers were busy getting food ready for those who will need it.

Women from Cincinnati Jewish community helped to package kosher meals and non-kosher Thanksgiving meals. More >

[American Israelite:] Student-designed sukkah is center of attention at UC

A sukkah in the center of the University of Cincinnati campus was a learning experience not only for the class that designed and built it but also for the UC community.

The building of the sukkah was part of the curriculum of a class at the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning…

[WCPO:] Gary and Kim Heiman bring passion to leading United Way campaign

 These days, Gary and Kim Heiman run Standard Textile, a Reading-based company with 400 local employees that creates and manufactures textile products that it sells worldwide.

Their family's Cincinnati beginnings were far more modest.

Gary Heiman's grandfather, Charles Heiman, moved to C…

[Business Courier:] Major donors prompt new name for Cincinnati nonprofit

A Cincinnati nonprofit is being renamed to honor its major local donors.

The Holocaust & Humanity Center will become the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center. 

The Wolfs provided the $5 million lead gift to support the organization’s move to Cincinnati Museum Center at Union…