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[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…

[Fox19:] Interfaith basketball tournament brings teenagers together

Teenagers of three different faiths competed in a basketball tournament over the weekend. They learned about the game and about each other.

The event was hosted by Crossroads Church, The Islamic Center of Cincinnati, and the Jewish Community Relations Council at the Sycamore High School Gym…

[Local12:] Local Holocaust survivor shares with students in Germany

A local man who lived through one of history's darkest periods passed along lessons to youngsters halfway across the world, and technology gave him a helping hand.

Holocaust survivor Hugo Eichelberg used an iPad to Skype with students in Hamburg, Germany, from his home in Amberley Village. …

[The Jerusalem Post:] Pizzaria Faces Lawsuit for Anti-Gay Discrimination

We proudly support the efforts of Sammy Kanter, formerly the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's Esther and Maurice Becker Networking and Mentoring Coordinator, as he brings awareness to the discrimination faced by people in the LGBTQ community in Israel. 


A Jerusalem pizzeria faces up …