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Cathy’s WHIM – Supporting Innovation

Cathy’s WHIM – Supporting Innovation

When our Innovation Grants program was launched almost 10 years ago, the idea was to support unique, one-of-a-kind, and collaborative programs in our Dayton Jewish community. Over the years, we have seen many initiatives take shape; however, one in particular has grown from an idea to an integral part of Jewish Dayton.

Cathy’s WHIM – Supporting Innovation

Cathy’s WHIM – Where there is life, there is hope

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. While many countries have their own Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27th is a day for the entire world to take pause and honor the memories of those who perished, learn from those who have shared their stories of survival, and reflect on how we can ensure such an atrocity never happens again.

A Statement Regarding the Events at the U.S. Capitol

A Statement Regarding the Events at the U.S. Capitol

The events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 deeply distress the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton community.  Violence is never acceptable, regardless of political inclinations.  We join with our many friends in disappointment and apprehension at the recent hostility and unrest evident throughout our nation.

Cathy’s WHIM – Supporting Innovation

Cathy’s WHIM – Actions Beyond Words

As a leader, I am constantly asking myself in any difficult situation, “What is the right thing to do?” When considering the painful events from yesterday I feel we must act with the Jewish community in mind, using Tikkun Olam as our guiding star.

Cathy’s WHIM – Supporting Innovation

Cathy’s WHIM – A Virtual Visit

Recently I was talking to a community member, and the topic turned to our programming throughout the pandemic. They raved about what we have provided virtually, and how it has kept the community together during this crazy year. One comment this person made, though, really meant a lot. They said, “You couldn’t have done a better job.”

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