100 Days of Tikkun Olam

Focus on Philanthropy

Tikkun Olam is a Hebrew phrase and key Jewish belief which references the shared responsibility to heal, repair and transform the world. Our work centers around tikkun olam all year long. The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton’s Presidents Dinner marks the beginning of 100 Days of Tikkun Olam, a period of time where we focus on celebrating the incredible philanthropic work our community does through the Federation and its agencies.

During these 100 Days, we will highlight the many reasons why people choose to participate in tikkun olam. From ensuring the continuity of the Jewish people, providing programming for children and families to caring for those in need, every reason is personal and meaningful to each community member who participates.

Each year we strive to continue engaging our community in the work of tikkun olam, through both seasoned and new Jewish Federation supporters. This year, along with sharing the stories and reasons of why our community gives, we are setting a new goal ~ to obtain 100 NEW gifts in 100 days. We hope you will join us during these 100 days, and help us spread the message of tikkun olam in our community.

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For more information on how to participate in the 100 Days of Tikkun Olam, contact Juliet Glaser, Campaign Director at (937) 401-1558 or

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