ShalomDayton is an initiative of the 2016 graduating class of the Leadership Institute of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton.
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In the midst of a rapidly evolving COVID19 situation within the Miami Valley and across the United States, we as an organization are taking all of the steps outlined by the State of Ohio and the Montgomery County Department of Health in order to both prevent the community spread of the virus and support containment efforts.
In partnership with Learn to Earn Dayton, the National Conference for Community and Justice has kicked off a series of listening sessions to discuss equity in the Dayton region.
One year later, we will take a moment to honor the memory of those we lost and other people who were affected. In solidarity, we ask that you join us in taking a moment to Pause with Pittsburgh. Visit: http://www.pausewithpittsburgh.com/.
Our city of Dayton has been inundated with an unprecedented amount of challenges in the past months. This weekend, the pain that has recently been felt in Pittsburgh, in Gilroy, and in El Paso, came to Dayton and it has impacted us all.
There is an abundance of activities in Jewish Dayton, including cultural, social, educational, and religious events for people of all ages.
Early on in my career, I moved to Chicago to work for the Hyatt Corporation. I was excited to be in a new city, with a new job, and to have the opportunity to meet new people.
Come together with us as a Jewish community and help our neighbors.
In the days immediately following the tornadoes and severe weather that devastated parts of our community, Jewish Family Services has been checking on its clients – either by phone or in person when no one answered calls
Find out how you can get involved and help our community.
The Whim (short for What Inspires Me) was developed to communicate to our community the inspiring stories that emanate from our work as a Jewish Federation. However, my Whim this week expresses not just the inspirational but the disturbing.