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JDC Responds to Deadly Nepal Earthquake

Following the deadly earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is providing relief and medical supplies – including shelter, nutritional items, sanitation, and water – for survivors of the tremor that killed at least 2,200 and injure…

Colleges connect with Israel

Students recently enjoyed falafel and the sounds of Israeli music while celebrating the Jewish state's culture, history and independence right on their own college campus. Read more

Nonprofits Mobilize in Wake of Deadly Nepal Earthquake

U.S.-based aid groups swung into action in response to the earthquake in Nepal as rescue workers searched the rubble and the toll of the killed and injured continued to rise. By Monday, the Jewish Federation of North America, the Red Cross, and World Vision and had dedicated the home pages o…

Social innovator meeting to take place at Japp’s April 29

Sammy Kanter and the Esther and Maurice Becker Networking and Mentoring Center at the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, with support from the Yad Speak Up, Speakeasy series and the JCRC, will bring together a handful of the region’s most influential entrepreneurs for an intimate gathering a…

Cedar Village receives deficiency-free survey

Cedar Village is proud to announce that they have received a deficiency–free survey from the Ohio Assisted Living Association for 2015. This is the result of the hard work, effort and true concern that Cedar Village staff have for the residents of the Oak View and Fountain View Apartments;…