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Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton

The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton & its Agencies care
for those in need, strengthen Jewish life, and create connections
among Jews — acting locally, in Israel, and around the world.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton would like to sincerely thank our LIFE & LEGACY donors for their support. Your legacy gift will allow the Jewish Federation to care for those in need, strengthen Jewish life and create connections among Jews for years to come. Please click here to view our LIFE & LEGACY 2018 donor list.

Annual Campaign

The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton’s Annual Campaign has been raising funds for over one hundred years, supporting our local agencies, and providing for Jews in need in Israel and around the world.

Programs

#GivingTuesday
Annual Meeting
Holocaust Art & Writing Contest
Holocaust Remembrance (Yom Hashoah)
Innovation Grants
Intro to Judaism
JCRC – Jewish Community Relations Council
Jewish Dayton Dreams Big
LIFE & LEGACY Program
Men’s Philanthropy
Miami Valley Jewish Genealogy & History
Missions and Tours
Partnership 2Gether
PJ Library, PJ Our Way & PJ Grandparents
Presidents Dinner
ShalomDayton
The SEEDS Project
Women’s Philanthropy
Young Adult Division (YAD)
Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton – CEO

Cathy Gardner

Phone: 937-610-1555
Email: CGardner@jfgd.net

It’s Trivia Time!

It’s Trivia Time! This WHIM combines two things I absolutely love ~ trivia and film. In honor of...

Stand Up to Jewish Hate

#StandUpToJewishHate This past weekend was the Yom Hashoah Remembrance program. It was so moving...

A Story is Worth a Million Words

A Story is Worth A Million Words Like so many young adults, I started to understand what the...

Happy Passover

Happy Passover Last night our JCRC Sr. Director, Chen Shterenbach, and I went to Columbus to the...

Israel Update

Israel Update We have heard from our friends in Israel and from members in our Jewish community...

What’s going On In Israel?

I am not a political aficionado. However, while I don’t delve deeply into the political arena, I...

Party with a Purpose

On February 18th, the JCC held its A Night In Vegas fundraiser for the first time since 2020....

The cool place to be right now is in Dayton!

It’s no secret that I adore Dayton. Since I moved here over 10 years ago, I have fallen in love...

Chanukah on Ice ~ Fun for the Entire Family

I was recently at lunch with someone who was reminiscing about the good old days at the JCC. They...

More Conversation Needed

When I heard that Dave Chappelle was hosting Saturday Night Live (SNL), I had some apprehension....

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Recent Posts

Jewish Observer

Daytonians and the Holocaust: What did we know? How did we respond?

By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer The traveling version of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Americans and the Holocaust exhibit, on display through June 21 at the Dayton Metro Library’s main library, poses questions to those who take it in — What did Americans know? What more could have The post Daytonians and the Holocaust: What did we know? How did we respond? appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

By Rabbi Levi Simon Chabad of Greater Dayton On Shavuot, this year on May 25-27, Jews around the world commemorate the monumental event of the Giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. However, the significance of this event reaches far beyond the past; it is an experience that is relived The post Lessons from Mount Sinai appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Pig tales

The Power of Stories Series Jewish Family Education with Candace R. Kwiatek, The Dayton Jewish Observer Nearly 2,200 years ago, Antiochus IV seized the throne in the Seleucid Empire, an enormous Greek state that included Judea. To unify his kingdom, he embarked on an aggressive Hellenizing mission specifically targeted toward The post Pig tales appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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