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Holocaust survivor to talk at remembrance event

If it weren't for a cherry tree, Conrad Weiner has been told that he might not have survived internment as a child in a forced labor camp during World War II in an occupied area near Romania and the Ukraine. Read more

Bunjee Jumping: Three days in Cincinnati with Adi Altschuler

Israeli serial entrepreneur Adi Altshuler came to Cincinnati with much to offer. Now 28, as a 16–year–old she started her first startup, Krembo Wings, bringing together children with and without disabilities. She’s been named a Next Generation Leader by Time Magazine, given a TED talk,…

Jewish Family Service presents expert to discuss depression

Join Bruce E. Levine, clinical psychologist and author of “Surviving America’s Depression Epidemic,” when Jewish Family Service presents “So Who’s NOT Depressed? How to Live in a World Gone Crazy” 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 30, at Rockdale Temple, 8501 Ridge Road. Admiss…

Jewish Family Service Delivered More than Just Food for Passover

Seven-year-old Hayden Zimmerman and her mom Susan Zimmerman spent their afternoon delivering Passover food and warm smiles to Jewish Family Service clients during the 17th annual Dr. Samuel S. Rockwern Passover Delivery of Jewish Family Service project March 29, 2015. Read more

Funding increases to better serve Cincinnati’s Jewish Holocaust survivors


Elderly Jewish Holocaust survivors in the Cincinnati area, the last of their generation to have endured the horrors of the Nazi genocide, will receive significantly more aid in 2015. A true collaborative effort among the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, Jewish Family Service of Cincinnati, …