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Ways to Give

Give to the Annual Campaign

Your support allows us to further our mission to care for those in need, strengthen Jewish life, and create connections among Jews- acting locally, in Israel and around the world. A gift to the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton helps us to support the JCC, Jewish Family Services, local Innovation Grants, Jewish education in Dayton, local Western Galilee Partnership programs, and so much more. Please help us continue to do good work and repair the world.

Legacies, Tributes, & Memorials

Donating to the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton is a wonderful way to honor a special simcha or life cycle event, honor the memory of a friend or loved one or recognize someone in the community. You can make a donation to the Jewish Federation or any of its agencies. You can even direct the donation to a special program. The complete list of funds to which you can donate are in the drop down below. Thank you for your generosity and kindness.

If you wish to make your donation over the phone, or would like to pay a specific donation to past campaigns, please contact Sheila Meyers at (937) 610-5538.

Jewish Observer

The Soviet spy who stole atomic secrets in Dayton

Ann Hagedorn details how — and possibly why — George Koval committed the perfect crime against America By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Five years ago, former Wall Street Journal staff writer and non-fiction author Ann Hagedorn interviewed a 92-year-old man for a story she hoped to turn into The post The Soviet spy who stole atomic secrets in Dayton appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

By Rabbi Karen Bodney-Halasz, Temple Israel In the book The Beggar King and the Secret of Happiness, Joel ben Izzy shares the story The Search for Truth. It is about a man who gives up everything he cares about in search of truth. He scours the world until at last The post The first step toward repentance appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Former Air Force museum director who brought Holocaust exhibit for permanent display dies

Retired Maj. Gen. Charles D. Metcalf, who served as director of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force from 1996 to 2010, died Oct. 29 at age 88. During his tenure, which included significantly increasing the museum’s attendance and expanding its galleries, Metcalf brought Prejudice & Memory: A Holocaust The post Former Air Force museum director who brought Holocaust exhibit for permanent display dies appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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