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GENERATIONS: SOCIALIZING & SCHMOOZING ACTIVE ADULTS FOREST CITY HEBREW BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION 27855 Aurora Road Solon, OH 44139 P: 440-248-5100 P: 440-310-3573 F: 440-498-1964 E: Info@fchba.org W: fchba.org Ron Cooper, President Mike Barson, Vice President Larry Collins, Recording Secretary A benevolent brotherhood established in 1906. Meets monthly for business and a variety of social events to further Jewish life, culture and education. Benefits include burial plots at Mt. Olive Cemetery, social events, discounts and support for members in need. Call for further information.

JFSA – JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION Volunteer Services 3659 S. Green Road, Suite 315 Cleveland, OH 44122 P: 216-378-3475 F: 216-504-0551 E: slusher@jfsa-cleveland.org W: jfsa-cleveland.org FB: facebook.com/JFSAvolunteers Sandy Lusher-Waterhouse, Manager Opportunities available to volunteer with adults with disabilities, seniors, Holocaust survivors and teens. Individuals and families welcome. NOTE: All JFSA offices are moving in spring 2019 and will be located at 29125 Chagrin Blvd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124.

VOLUNTEER & MITZVAH OPPORTUNITIES CONGREGATION SHAAREY TIKVAH 26811 Fairmount Blvd. Beachwood, OH 44122 P: 216-765-8300 F: 216-765-0149 E: martha@shaareytikvah.org W: shaareytikvah.org FB: facebook.com/shaareytikvah Martha Sivertson, Executive Director Rabbi Scott B. Roland, Rabbi CST is an egalitarian Conservative congregation whose members are passionate about Judaism. By combining meaningful and joyful worship, serious Jewish learning, social action and compelling Shabbat and holiday experiences, we have created a vibrant spiritual community. JEWISH FEDERATION OF CLEVELAND Jewish Volunteer Network Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Building 25701 Science Park Drive Cleveland, OH 44122 P: 216-593-2900 x572 F: 216-593-2901 E: volunteer@jcfcleve.org W: jewishcleveland.org Susan A. Hyman, Assistant Managing Director, Jewish Volunteer Network Jackie Reed, Senior Administrative Assistant Provides meaningful volunteer opportunities for the Jewish community to help repair the world – tikkun olam. Since 1998, the Federation has matched thousands of individuals and groups with ongoing and “done-in-a-day” volunteer opportunities for all ages in Cleveland’s Jewish and general communities.

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