Privacy Policy

The main purpose of our website is to provide information and services to the Jewish Community. Your privacy is important to us and we are committed to protecting it and to making you aware of our online practices regarding the privacy of your information.

Information collected
Our website does not automatically collect any individually identifiable information (such as email addresses) from visitors to the website.

We collect personal information when you provide it in the course of interacting with the website. At you are able to purchase event tickets, register for programs and classes, RSVP to free events, subscribe to an email newsletter, or make a donation. In so doing, you may be asked to provide personally identifiable information such as your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, fax number, credit card information, or information about your interests and activities.

If your contact information changes and you wish to update it, or if you wish to delete your information, you can make changes by emailing, or calling (937) 610-1555.

We also may collect information that is not personally identifiable, such as the type of browser you are using (e.g., Netscape, Internet Explorer), the type of operating system you are using, (e.g., Windows or Mac OS) and the domain name of your Internet service provider (e.g., Spectrum, or AT&T).

How the information is used
We may use the information you give us to provide services to you, at your request. We may use it to communicate with you through periodic messages regarding services, events, and other information and notices we believe you may find interesting or useful. We may use it for confirmation of donations, registrations, or other actions you take on our site, and for related customer service needs.

If you wish to unsubscribe or no longer want to receive mail from us, please contact us at, or calling (937) 610-1555.

We do not sell or give our mailing lists to external organizations. Any personal information you provide to will not be disseminated to third parties outside of the Federation and its agencies.

The Jewish Federation does organize special community mailings in partnership with Jewish community groups and Jewish places of worship for special community-wide events. We manage these mailings in order to maintain your personal privacy.

Any confidential client information provided through Jewish Family Services is not shared with the Federation, the JCC, the Foundation, or any external organization without the client’s prior written approval.

We may use the information that is not personally identifiable to analyze the design, functioning, and usage of our website in order to make improvements.

We will disclose personally identifiable information when required to do so by law.

Our website makes limited use of cookies. A cookie is a small file that is saved on your computer browser that contains information related to your use of a website.

Security uses appropriate procedures to ensure the security of your personal information and to and protect it from unauthorized access. In particular, when we ask you to enter credit card information, we use the top industry standard security protection, including encryption, and SSL transmission connection. Once your credit card has been processed, your credit card information is not stored on our servers.

Refund Policy online forms are safe, secure, and compliant with industry standards for processing credit card payments.

If you have any questions about your payment or receiving a refund, please contact The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton by sending an email to or by calling (937)-610-1555.

We provide links to other websites that we believe you will find useful. We ask you to recognize that is not responsible for the privacy practices of these other sites.

Jewish Observer

Survivor Robert Kahn dies at 100

By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Not only did Holocaust survivor Robert Kahn make it to 100 in September, into the last year of his life he continued to share his testimony in public and classroom settings — standing up when speaking — and was present at Jewish War The post Survivor Robert Kahn dies at 100 appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Critical thinking, empathy hallmarks of WSU Boonshoft med school’s Physicians & Holocaust course

‘This class is about action’ By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Fourth-year medical student Ashley Hughes from Shaker Heights says she’ll graduate Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine April 28 with a strong background in patient care. “You see patients from different cultures, backgrounds, different types of situations,” The post Critical thinking, empathy hallmarks of WSU Boonshoft med school’s Physicians & Holocaust course appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Chabad rebbetzin volunteers in Israel

‘Your pain is my pain, your happiness is my happiness.’ By Devorah Mangel, Chabad of Greater Dayton The shocking news of Oct. 7 reverberated not only within me, but also across the global Jewish community. In response, I immediately turned to the teachings of the Rebbe when he offered solace The post Chabad rebbetzin volunteers in Israel appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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