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In 2012, Jewish Family Service launched an awareness campaign based on three little words: WE GIVE A... WE GIVE A‌ We most certainly do! WE GIVE A... hand up (not a hand out) to over 4,700 lives annually. Quite a feat for the 43 members of our team who comprise the “WEâ€? in WE GIVE A‌ WE are a dedicated, experienced professional staff who tirelessly work with our neighbors at all hours of the day if needed. WE GIVE A... guiding hand, a thought-out plan of action, a solution in an emergency, and sometimes just a warm smile at the right moment to strengthen lives of all ages from babies to bubbies. And just what is it that WE GIVE? According to the vision of Jewish Family Service, WE GIVE A‌ light “to lead the way to a Jewish community where everyone lives with dignity, security and hope.â€? We seek to fulďŹ ll this vision by providing services in four core areas: Aging and Caregiver Services, Adoption, Family Life Education and Youth Services, and Vital Services for the most vulnerable in our community. Through Aging and Caregiver Services, WE GIVE A... senior adult dignity and promote independence. Our professional staff provide guidance in a myriad of ways to older people and the people who care for them so that they may lead lives of optimal choice. Living independently wherever an older adult calls home is the basis for our work in this area. Whether through county-funded or state-funded contracts, or through our premier private

fee Geriatric Care Management Practice, Jewish Family Service Aging and Caregiver Services staff are Your Experts in AgingTM who served more than 850 people with information and on-going 1:1 guidance. Through Adoption and Family Life Education, WE GIVE A... child security. In 2012, our Adoption Connection social workers gave 21 infants and children a loving and secure home by bringing together birth parents and adoptive families. Our caring social workers often sacriďŹ ce their holidays or sleep to meet birth mothers at the hospital or calm their concerns over the phone. And the work does not stop at the placement. WE GIVE A... supportive and caring ear to birth parents and all members of adoptive families for as long as they need. This past year we welcomed to our birth parent support group a woman who made an adoptive placement over 40 years ago! Through Family Life Education, WE GIVE A... more secure future to nearly 2,500 community members who participate in our varied programming. The experienced social workers with our Bigs & Littles youth mentoring program stay in close contact with the Bigs, plan monthly outings for the Bigs/Littles matches, and also connect to the Little’s school and family to give that vulnerable child the best odds of having a secure life and future. Our effective educators, who provide Healthy Relationship trainings in school and antibullying trainings at camps, help students recognize and prevent abusive behaviors so kids can feel secure at home, with friends, and while dating. And our leadership in the PJ Library program extends the reach of our parenting and educational programming to the many households in our community with young children, which encourages kids to feel secure with their family’s values.


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Through Vital Services, WE GIVE A... family hope. When our case managers and social workers look into the eyes of a father who lost his job and can’t pay the heating bill, or hear the worries of a client with mental illness who is stuck in the government’s red tape and can’t get available aid, WE GIVE A... ray of hope for a brighter future. The year 2012 brought the exciting announcement that our Vital Services department will move all of its services under one roof on the Clifton campus of HUC (Hebrew Union College). The new Jewish Family Service Barbash Family Vital Support Center will house the food pantry, case management, supportive counseling, nutrition classes, and socialization activities in a central location that is easily accessible to our Vital Services clients who live in over 45 Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

     

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We look forward to introducing you to the many new volunteer opportunities that will be available so that together WE can guide more struggling families along the road toward self-sufďŹ ciency. Three small but powerful words - WE GIVE A... deďŹ nes the gift that Jewish Family Service gave to 4,707 individual people in 2012. One person at a time and all together, WE GIVE A... community strength. Respectfully,

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Jewish Family Service Vital Services offer safety net services and experienced case management to guide people facing challenges along the road toward    

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Services Provided: t Emergency Intervention and Case Management: To prevent homelessness, hunger, and deprivation, Jewish Family Service distributes third party payments for rent, mortgage, utilities, medical care, transportation, and other necessities. JFS case managers work closely with clients to ensure they receive all public beneďŹ ts and assistance for which they qualify.

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t Food Pantry: A ďŹ ve-day emergency supply of food supplements limited budgets. This includes kosher meat, pantry staples, household cleaning, and personal care items. Our pantry promotes Client Choice, which allows the selection of items to ďŹ t individual needs. t Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Rehousing: Jewish Family Service is one of only six area social service agencies selected by the Continuum of Care for the Homeless and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati to provide case management for this special HUD program to avert eviction of renters. t Mental Health Case Management: Individuals with severe mental illness receive speciďŹ c and ongoing case management services with the goal of helping this highly vulnerable population maintain stability and security. t Information and Referral: Jewish Family Service Case Managers refer clients to community resources and provide them with up-to-date information to meet their needs. t Counseling: Our Licensed Social Workers offer services, on a sliding-fee scale, to people in crisis or needing to make changes to improve and strengthen the quality of their lives.


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the impact... 100% of families who called Jewish Family Service’s intake were provided with community resources for prevention and intervention. 177 households were able to avoid eviction and maintain stable housing. 74% of Vital Services clients indicated they have reduced stress. 80% of Vital Services clients were better able to manage their basic needs for food, shelter, and healthcare.

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Jewish Family Service Aging and Caregiver Services offer a wide range of programs and services to senior adults

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Services Provided: t Geriatric Care Management: Jewish Family Service Geriatric Care Managers, Your Experts in AgingTM, collaborate with each client and family to assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor and evaluate services required to meet the client’s health and human services needs. t Center for Holocaust Survivors: Holocaust survivors receive case management; home visits; restitution assistance; counseling and referral; social therapeutic activities; free hearing tests; and safety/adaptive equipment. t Caregiver Coaching: Clients are guided through making decisions and solving problems related to their caregiving roles. This frequently involves assisting an adult child who is attempting to manage formal and informal caregiving from afar—either for a parent in a distant city, or a distant adult child for a parent living in Cincinnati. t Independent Living Assistance: Jewish Family Service is approved by the State of Ohio to provide Medicare counseling and information, and is one of only two agencies contracted by the Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio to provide assistance with banking, bill paying, insurance claims, assistance in obtaining beneďŹ ts, and the like. t Options Cincinnati: This program allows senior adults to age in place by providing case management, wellness programs, and social events to people in their own home environments. It currently is active in two apartment communities. t Immigration Services: Jewish Family Service Russian-speaking specialists help refugees from the former Soviet Union learn English, successfully integrate into their new community, and gain American citizenship. Interpretation and translation services help in day-to-day situations such as doctor visits.


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the impact... 93% of older adults maintained or improved scores on a quarterly observation assessment. 100% of individuals at risk for abuse, neglect and/or exploitation participated in case management services. 88% of older adults demonstrated their ability to remain independent. 98% of older adults identiďŹ ed at risk for dementia and/or depression received further screening in the assessment process for appropriate referrals.

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Services Provided: t Adoptive Placements: The adoptive triad—birth parents, adoptive family, and the child— relies on Adoption Connection for a full range of adoption services, including facilitation and mediation of open relationships between birth and adoptive families. t Free Pregnancy Counseling and Referral Services: Our experienced adoption social workers offer birth parents who are considering adoption free conďŹ dential counseling and support without judgment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. t Home Studies: Our licensed social workers provide education and perform home studies and home study updates as required by law prior to adoptive placements. t Pre-adoption education and support: We offer free adoption orientation sessions to prospective adoptive families, as well as other informational and educational programs which are open to all. t Post-adoption education and support: We also provide search and reuniďŹ cation services, post-adoption counseling, a birth parent support group, and other supportive services for families who were served by our agency in the past. t International Adoption Services: With decades of international adoption experience, we are the expert local link that guides families through the entire international adoption process, providing the necessary homestudy, post-placement services and adoption-speciďŹ c education.


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the impact... 72% of all birthparents who were matched completed their adoption plan. 52 birthparents received counseling services. 75 new cases were opened for adoptive families. 30 domestic and 6 step/parent/relative homestudies were approved, which began the adoption process for hopeful families. 21 families received placement of a child through domestic adoption, and 10 international adoptions were completed with our assistance.

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Jewish Family Service Family Life Education combines direct services and learning opportunities to address the issues people confront at various stages

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Services Provided: t Bigs & Littles: This youth mentoring program carefully matches selected “Bigs� to “Littles� while maintaining close communication and support to the parents of the youth. t PJ Library: Jewish Family Service collaborates with Mayerson JCC to bring PJ Library books, cds, and community programming to families with young children in the Jewish community. t Alan R. Mack Parents Center: Professionally led workshops help guide parents in understanding how to manage behavioral issues and other challenges with children of all ages and stages. t Healthy Relationships in the Jewish Community: Jewish Family Service promotes several initiatives to raise awareness and teach prevention of domestic violence, sexual abuse, teen dating violence, bullying, and child abuse. t Mental Health Education: Jewish Family Service staff, local guest presenters, and national speakers educate community members, educators, clergy, and professionals on mental health issues. t Teen Dating Violence Prevention: Through a partnership with YWCA, Jewish Family Service delivers best practice educational programs in Cincinnati Public Schools. t Jewish Visiting Initiative: Individuals who are aging, have a disability, or are recuperating at home, in hospitals, or in retirement communities enjoy special celebrations and the companionship of Jewish Family Service volunteers, often through one-to-one visits.


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the impact... 89% of matched Littles completed school work and homework assignments over a one year period. 92% of matched Littles showed improved family relationships after being matched for one year. 97% of attendees at a mental health seminar learned ways to bolster resilience for themselves, their families and their clients. 90% of youth served reported increased knowledge about Teen Dating Violence Prevention.

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partners in strength... Thank you to the following community organizations, corporations, and private foundations for partnering with us to ensure Jewish Family Service’s continued excellence in successfully providing programs to strengthen our community.

Social services for Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. Some services of the Aging and Caregiver Services program are administered by Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio. Action Reconciliation Service for Peace Adath Israel Congregation Adath Israel Congregation Ms. Lembert’s Class Adath Israel Mitzvah Day Adath Israel Senior Class Alert Safety Products Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity Cinti Chapter Alpha Zeta Omega Auxiliary Eta Chapter American Red Cross Association of Professionals in Aging B’nai B’rith of Greater Cincinnati B’nai Tikvah B’nai Tzedek and Beit Chaverim The Bahmann Foundation Berman Printing Beth Israel Synagogue Bridges For A Just Community Camp Livingston Carespring Health Care Management, LLC Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio Cedar Village Chabad Hebrew School Chabad Jewish Center Cincinnati Board of Rabbis Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Cincinnati Hebrew Day School Cincinnati Jewish Educators Council Cincinnati Public Schools Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Citigroup City of Amberley Village

CMC Properties Congregation Beth Adam Congregation Emanuel Congregation Ohav Shalom Congregation Ohav Shalom Moos Chitim Fund Congregation Ohr Chadash Congregation Sha’arei Torah The County Animal Hospital Dillonvale IGA Esquire, Mariemont & Kenwood Theatres Family Violence Prevention Project Fettner Friedman Furs Freestore Foodbank Friends of Big Brothers & Big Sisters Association of Cincinnati GE Foundation Golf Manor Synagogue Greater Cincinnati Alzheimer’s Association Harold Grinspoon Foundation The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati Hebrew Union College Hebrew Union College/Skirball Museum Home Helpers Isaac M Wise Temple Isaac M Wise Temple Brotherhood Isaac M Wise Temple Tikkun Olam-athon JCC Early Childhood School - PTO JPS NonProfit Systems Jewish Community Relations Council Jewish Discovery Center

Jewish Family Service of Columbus, Ohio Jewish Federation Give A Day The Jewish National Fund Jewish Outreach Institute Jewish Vocational Services Jewish Women International Jewish Women’s Endowment Fund Kehilla School The Kroger Company Macy’s Inc. Corporate Giving The Manuel D. and Rhoda Mayerson Foundation Mayerson JCC Mazon: A Jewish response to Hunger Meijer Moss and Associates National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers National Council of Jewish Women, Cincinnati Section National Mentoring Partnership Northern Hills Synagogue Ohio Domestic Violence Network Ohio Jewish Communities Ohio River Valley Clinical Social Work Society Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program Partners in Change, LLC The Partnership Center PJ Library

Pleasant Perk Remke biggs Rockdale Temple Rockdale Temple Mitzvah Palooza Day Rockwern Academy Rockwern Charitable Foundation The Schilling School for Gifted Children Scripps Howard Foundation Shalom Family, an initiative of The Mayerson Foundation State of Ohio Board of Regents Statman, Harris & Eyrich, LLC Strategies to End Homelessness Temple Sholom Towne Properties Trader Joe’s Kenwood United Way of Auglaize County, Inc. University of Cincinnati University of Cincinnati School of Social Work US Digital Partners The Valley Temple Vanishing Granola Verizon Wireless Village to Village Network Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP Workum Fund Xavier University We apologize for any YAD names that may have been inadvertently omitted from this list.

Several years ago we had the dream of transforming Jewish Family Service Food Pantry into a comprehensive Vital Support Center. Thank you to the following individuals who shared our vision in 2012 and gave or pledged to the Sustainability Fund through the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, helping set the stage for the opening of our Jewish Family Service Barbash Family Vital Support Center in 2013. Accurate Tile & Marble, Inc. Marilyn and Herb Asch *Anonymous *Bernie and Pam Barbash *Richard and Sara Behrman Nancy and Dolph Berman Alan & Betty Bieber Susan Brenner and Steven Mombach Jack and Tulane Chartock *JPMorgan Chase *Wilbur and Miriam Cohen *Amy Diamond and Edward Wolf Harvey and Iris Diamond Eads Fence Company, Inc. Evelyn Fleider Vivian Fliman Richard and Adrianne Freiberg

*The Guttman Family Harold and Cindy Guttman Ian and Aimee Guttman Louis and Beth Guttman Murray and Elaine Guttman Stephen and Joan Guttman *Anne Heldman *The Heldman Family Fred and Patti Heldman Paul and Debbie Heldman Roger and Julie Heldman *Marty and Sally Hiudt Francelle and Don Jones *Larry and Kim Juran *Bob and Lynne Kanter Julie & Rick Kantor Klimat Master Pools

Ellen and Mark Knue Sheldon and Dolly Kopin Lisa Kreutz Virginia Kuertz Lemmel Landscaping, LLC *Andrea Lerner Levenson *Jo Levine *Gloria and Alvin Lipson *Dorothy Lockspeiser Karen Mailender *Dennis and Shelly Manes Bill and Genevieve McCormack Larry and Leslie Newman Larry Norris Susan Novik Debbie and Daniel Ochstein Parker-Yannette Design Group, Inc.

*Hyman & Bessie Passman Family Charitable Foundation *Nina and Ed Paul Jay E. and Sue Price *Jon and Elise Randman River Cities Capital Ross, Sinclaire & Associates Jane and Paul Schmerge Hank and Anita Schneider Michael Schwartz Rick and Bev Skurow Kevin and Vicki Slattery Tom and Ina Spaeth Brian Van Jura

*denotes a contribution or pledge of $10,000 and above


2012-2013 board of directors

statement of activities

as of June 1, 2013

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Revenues... Grants & Contributions Jewish Federation of Cincinnati Service Fees United Way Allocations Other Investment Income net Special Events

Michael Schwartz, President Andrea Lerner Levenson, Vice President Mark Miller, Vice President Larry Juran, Treasurer Susan Shorr, Secretary Bruce Baker, Immediate Past President

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board of directors... Stephen J. Goldberg Suzy Marcus Goldberg Steve Holman Elaine Kaplan Daniel Kerbel

Danny Lipson Leslie Miller Daniel Phillips Pam Sacherman Lauren Scharf

Scott Slovin Gary Smith Max Yamson John Youkilis Sarita Zilch

former presidents... Bruce Baker 2008-2010 Cindy Getty 2007-2008 John Youkilis 2005-2007 Barbara C. Rabkin 2003-2005 Barry H. Morris 2000-2003 Henry W. Schneider 1998-2000 Dianne M. Rosenberg 1995-1998 Jay E. Price 1993-1995 M. Samuel Sudman 1991-1993 Jack C. Rubenstein 1988-1991 Stephen Cohen 1985-1988 Alan R. Mack 1984-1985 Carolyn F. Saeks 1982-1984 Bruce M. Heyman 1979-1982 Jule G. Levin 1977-1979

Sylvia Schwartzman 1975-1977 James A. Rosenthal 1972-1975 Barry S. Stulbarg 1970-1972 Hortense Wolf 1968-1970 Jules I. Klein, M.D. 1965-1968 Henry H. Hersch 1962-1965 Sol Goodman 1960-1962 Robert. I. Westheimer 1957-1960 M. Herbert Oettinger 1955-1957 Aaron M. Wiesen 1953-1955 Robert L. Mayer 1951-1953 Fred H. Roth 1949-1951 Eugene L. Ach 1947-1949 Felix Lee 1945-1947 Max Hirsch 1943-1945

staff as of June 1, 2013

Beth Schwartz, Executive Director Dora Baehner, Director of Finance Richard Behrman, Director of Development Ann Sutton Burke, Director of Aging & Caregiver Services Fran Gafvert, Director of Vital Services Sherry Kaplan, Director of Marketing Linda Kean, Director of Family Life Education Cherie McCarthy, Director of Adoption Connection Bralynda Watkins, Director of Organizational Excellence Stephanie Aronhalt Paul Bochtler Patty Bonem Angie Bowling Terri Brockman Edie Dine Karla Doerrer Leah Freed Luda Gikhman Sandee Golden Maggie Hoffman Tina Knaley Carrie Krach Julia Linkova Helen Makutonin Erin McNew Ruth Moeddel

based on audited results

Molli Monk Lilly Narusevich Kelly Neyer Ashley Novogroski June Ridgway Pat Rosenberg Connie Rosselot Danielle Sabarese Suzanne Schweiger Sarah Sherwood Ann Stromberg Aminita Sy Paula Tompkins Sue Warm Irina Zavyalova Gail Gepsman Ziegler Debbie Zimmerman

Total Revenue

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Expenses... Program Expenses Senior Adult Services Vital Services & Counseling Family Life Education Adoption Connection Support Services Management & Marketing Fundraising Total Expenses Operating Surplus/(DeďŹ cit) Restricted Revenue received in 2012 Vital Services - Sustainability & Capital Campaign Other Restricted Funds Revenue Received in 2012 for 2013 was greater than revenue received in 2011 for 2012 by Non-Cash items Unrealized Gain Depreciation Expense Ending Net Assets

$ 1,040,796 549,445 328,346 277,067 146,821 3,640 $ 2,346,115 $

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2012 supporters...

Thank you to the following people whose direct generous contributions help Jewish Family Service strengthen lives in times of need. We appreciate each dollar that makes a critical difference to family, friends, and neighbors throughout our community. You are vital to our success!

From Strength to Strength... a circle of donors Created to recognize, with gratitude, the heartfelt commitment and support of special Friends of JFS.

Visionary $5,400 and up Patty and Louis Beck David Davis Steve Dressner Hyman & Bessie Passman Family Charitable Foundation Inc

Patron $3,600 - $5,399

Benefactor $1,800 - $3,599

Sam and Rachel Boymel Foundation Jacqueline Mervis Mack Philanthropic Fund of Greater Cincinnati Foundation Scott and Patricia Joseph Kim and Larry Juran Kathy and Fred Kanter Ed Levine The Phillip Smith Foundation Leah and Dr. Gary Smith Family Foundation Wood - Byer Foundation

Anonymous Bruce and Kitzi Baker Gilker Shoupe Family Charitable Foundation Gertrude Greenberg Deborah Kirshner and Paul Heldman Charlotte Lanzit Josephine Levine The Lockspeiser Philanthropic Fund Susan Shorr and Dennis Mitman Marilyn and Thomas Zemboch

Anonymous (82) Roy and Fannie Adams Endowment Fund Elizabeth and Bradley Agin Rhonda and Rich Albert David Alden Robert Altbaier Cathryn and Lawrence Alter Jacqueline Aronhalt Judith Aronoff Marcie and Nathan Bachrach Wendy Bader Dafna and Avi Bahir Debbie and Mark Balk Rabbi and Mrs. Hanan Balk Ernest Balkany Alice Balterman Susan Banks Donna and Richard Barasch Marilyn and Bob Barnett Sharon and John Baron Lynette and James Barresi Carrie Barron Carol and Leonard Bartel Jeffrey and Gayna Bassin Melinda and Jerome Bauer Andrew Bean Hannah and Robert Beck Kathleen and Melvin Bedree Sara and Richard Behrman Lois G. Benjamin Judy Bergman Nancy and Dolph Berman Stanley Berman Cheryl and David Bernstein Melissa Bernstein Susan Bernstein and Howard Ain Lisa and Michael Berry Maryann and Robert Betagole Elaine and Joseph Bettman Sandra Biales Stacey and Billy Bie Bernice Bingman Aaron Binik-Thomas Deborah and Randy Birckhead Gina and Jonathan Blatt Mary Carol and Andrew Blatt Melinda and David Blatt Rachel Blatt and David Hall Rozlyn Bleznick Randal and Peter Bloch Marc Bloom Donald Blue Louanne and Gary Blumberg Harriett and David Blumenthal Anna Bohlke Diann Bold The Bolotin Family Patty and Steve Bonem Eleanor Bonner Maxine and Mark Bookbinder Natalie Botton Angie Bowling Joan and John Boyko Carol and Steve Boymel Andrea Brady Deborah and Joel Brant Marianne and Ed Brill Janice Brinker Jodi Brinn Jennifer and Scott Brown

Mary Bryans Kathy Buchman Ursula Buckman Karen and John Bunyan Ann and Bill Burke Jan and Harold Byer Lynn and David Callif Marguerite Care and John Capannari Courtney and Paul Caron Jo-Ann Casuto Eileen and James Chalfie Ken Charak Marla and William Chernick Dona and Michael Chertok Jean and Matthew Chimsky Katherine and Louis Claybon Robert and Hildy Clayton Alison and James Cohen Dee and Sid Cohen Helene and Philip Cohen Janet and Ken Cohen Julie and John Cohen Mae Cohen Marissa and Mitchell Cohen Miriam Warshauer-Cohen and Wilbur Cohen Sally and Alex Cohen Sheila and Getzel Cohen Adell and Malcolm Coleman Fran and Craig Coleman Ruth and Steve Coppel Rabbi Sissy Coran and Rabbi Matthew Kraus Gail and Carey Costantini Patti and Rick Cron Mary and George Croog Chantelle Cunningham Edith Czerkiewicz Esther Daniel April and Harry Davidow Kathy DeLaura Sandra and Edward Desatnik Esther Deutch Grace Deutsch Amy and Andrew Dewitt Amy Diamond and Eddie Wolf Iris and Harvey Diamond Bonnie and Darryl Dick Sharon and Binem Dizenhuz Karla and Jeffrey Doerrer Susan and David Donnett Jackie and Bob Drake Laurie and Neil Dubin Susan and Herbert Ducovna Yana and David Duke Dunsker Family Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Robyn Duvall Colleen Dwight James Dworkin Peggy and Mark Eckman Kathy Edelstein Marilyn and Morris Edeson Bonnie Einhorn Jane and Drore Eisen Regina Eisenberg Kirstin Eismin and Ian Henry Marion and Bill Elson Ruth Engel and Zevi Miller Steffi Engel Hayley and Shepard Englander

Ingrid and Jeffery Epstein Rijon Erickson Sue and William Erwin Myrna Ethridge Cecelia and Sterling Euster Claire Evans Linda Fabe Edna and Randall Falk Sharon Faust Ellen Feld Gayle and Robert Figa Cherie Fine Shirley Fingerman Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Fink Marsha and Scott Firestein Laurel Fischbaum Arna Poupko Fisher and Robert Fisher Evelyn and Marc Fisher Stacey and David Fisher Todd Flagel Evelyn Fleider Libby and Guenther Fleischer Deborah Fox Susan and John Frank, Jr Rachel and Steven Frankel Rebecca and Norman Frankel Patricia and Greg Franklin Edward Freeman Susan Freudenthal Carol and Philip Friedman Radell Friedman Irene and Melvyn Frieman Mindy and David Frimer Mr. and Mrs. Morris Futernick Fran and Peter Gafvert Marilyn Gall Sara and George Gati Harriet and Jerry Geller Sheila Gelman and David Greenblatt Deliaan and Benjamin Gettler Luda Gikhman Stephanie and Norman Gilinsky E Paige Gimpel Walter Glas Laura and Tom Glassman Maya Gleich Seymour Glick Barbara and Charles Glueck Ronald and Tricia Gold Bill and Suzy Goldberg Brian and Robin Goldberg Carolyn and Douglas Goldberg Rivka and Morton Goldberg Stephen Goldberg Sandee Golden Goldhoff Family Christy Goldner Beth Goldstein Nancy Goldstein-Levine Shelley and Steven Goldstein Kathie and Ken Goode Bernard and Joyce Goodman Diane and Stanley Goodman Karen and Richard Goodman Bess and Abram Gordon Paul Gosiger Nancy Graeter Sandra and Thomas Green Skip Greenberg Terri and Gary Grefer Rita Grusd

Andrea Lerner Levenson and Family Richard M. and Joanne M Schwartz Charitable Trust Wohlgemuth Herschede Foundation

Sustainer $1,000 - $1,799 Anonymous (1) Carol and Les Appel Norman Blatt Evelyn Chaffin Mariza and Jonathan Cohen Adrianne and Richard Freiberg Arlene and Eddie Goldstein Mary and Steven Holman Sandy Kaltman and John Isidor Andrea and Louis Katz Mary and Peter Levin Guttman Enterprises Beth and Louis Guttman Helen and John Habbert Lynne Haber Beth Frankel-Hammerman and Neil Hammerman Elizabeth Harman Jeff and Susan Harris Barbara and Mort Harshman Michael Hartzell Cheryl and Steve Hecht Marybeth and Daniel Heilbrunn Mark Heiman Anne P and George L Heldman Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation Joyce McLeod Henley Renee and Josh Herst Bruce M Heyman Debra and Steve Hicks Connie Hinitz David Hirsch Norman Hirsch Marilyn and Joseph Hirschhorn Lisa and Walter Hodge Susan and Jon Hoffheimer Karen and David Hoguet Elaine and Donald Hordes Alice Horn Maria and Ronnie Horner Annette Horwitz Marilyn and Leonard Horwitz Natalie Hurley Evelyn and Stanley Ignatow IRS Accounting Department Gordon Jacobs Janice and Dan Jacobs Marvin Jacobs Zelda and Lou Jacobs The Edith B. Jacobson Trust Candace and Peter Janidlo Paula and Harold Jarnicki Shelli Jones Meryl and Steve Juran Tillie and Joel Justin Donna Kabakoff Evelyn and Alan Kabakoff Nancy and Ronald Kabakoff Carol and Kenneth Kabel Judy Kadetz Lisa and Richard Kagan Jessica and Robert Kahn Lynne and Robert Kanter Ray Kantor Ted Kantor Jill Kapenstein Elaine and Andy Kaplan Marcia Kaplan and Michael Privitera Nolan Kaplan Sherry and Mark Kaplan Victoria and Hampar Karamanoukian Malkah and Jeffrey Karas Jay Karp Betsy and Jay Karpen Jennifer and Neal Kash Arlene and Bill Katz Harriette and James Katz Janyce Katz and Mark Glazman Sheri and Mike Kaufman Linda Kean and Ronn Mervis Pam Keen Natalie Kelley

Barbara and Philip Lichtenstein Steve and Beatrice Rosedale Elaine and Marvin Rosenberg Anita and Hank Schneider Beth Schwartz and Gene Smiley Paul Startz Richard Weiland Winestone Trustees Barbara and Jay Wittenbaum John and Abbie Youkilis

Tamara Khodoun Elaine Kien Marlene and Jack King Yolanda Kirschner Jennifer and Andrew Klafter Lois Klein Marcy and Robert Klein Nancy and Jerry Klein Sam and Susan Knobler Rabbi Sandford and Dr. Nancy Kopnick Sally and Gerry Korkin Elizabeth and Scott Kotzin Jacquelyn Kovach Carrie Krach Geraldine and Marvin Kraus Madeline and Neil Kravitz Sharon and Mel Kreitzer Dovian Krieger Michael Kriner and Aileen Greenberg-Kriner Pamela and Mark Kuby Susan and Roy Kulick Jo Ann and George Kurz Jeffrey Langer Bruce Lazarus and Phil Weintraub Linda and William Leaman Michael Lebovitz Matthew and Claire Lee Grace Lehrer Doris and Irvin Lehrner Debbie and Hamilton Lempert Edward Lerer Hatsy and Jerry Lerer Louis and Sally Lessure Dawn and Mark Levine Brad and Barbara Levy Harold Levy Leah and Edward Levy Ruth and James Levy Rabbi Yosef Levy Hanna Lewin Ying Li and Nathan Blatt Emily and Mark Lillenstein Carrie and David Lipps Barbara Liss Amy and Scott Litwin Tal Laor and Stephen Zucker Laura and Sam Lobar and Family Eric Lutkin Helene and Millard Mack Jacqueline Mervis Mack Philanthropic Fund The Mack Family Christine and Ramesh Malhotra Sheila and Bob Maltinsky Jennifer and Charles Margolis Bernice and Jerry Mark Anita and Ed Marks Julie Maslov and Edward Goodman Barbara and Michael Mason Marilyn and Jonathan Mason Fay May and Robert Prescott Terry Maybo Marlene and Howard Mayers Cherie and Mark McCarthy Jennifer and Russell McNair Erin McNew Meisel Family Foundation, Inc. Joe Mendelsohn Elise Mesh


Karen Meyer and Richard Michelman Margaret and Michael Meyer Rhoda and Richard Meyer Mitch and Jackie Meyers Lisa and Matthew Michaels Barbara and Randy Miller Fred and Robin Miller Leslie and Kenneth Miller Mark and Robin Miller Bernice and Sid Millman Lucille Minervini Danielle Minson Ann Mishne Mazil Mizrachi Ruth Moeddel David Moksin Susan and Steven Mombach Susan and Larry Moore Katherine and Brian More Debbie Mortman Ella and Jacob Moskovich Jay Moskovitz Susie and Joel Moskowitz Douglas Mossman Larisa Moyseyeva and Vladimir Ostrovskiy Leo Munich Kelly Murphy and Georges Mahama Lilly Narusevich Jennifer Nelson Roslyn and Morton Nelson Sharon Nelson and Ken Venick Wendy New and Dennis Riedmiller Ann and Joel Newberg Pamela and Simon Newman Paul L Newman Foundation Sarah and Mark Newman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newsock Sandra and Andrew Nissenberg Michael Nordlund Tamar and Alan Oestreich Diane and Michael Oestreicher Karen Ohlbaum and Mitchell Rashkin Helene and Tom Ohren Lynn Olman Orent Family Jackie and Tom Orsi Hannah Ostrow Linda and Bill Overholt Barbara Paris Miriam Parker Participations Group At Fifth Third Bank Pat and Morry Passer Elena and Yakov Pastron Nina and Edward Paul Catherine and William Pearson Lauren and Fred Peck Terry and Allan Peck

Louis Peerless Rona Peerless Elizabeth and Thomas Peery Penny and Myles Pensak Miriam and Guy Peri Alice and Burton Perlman Amy and Scot Perlman Judy and Mark Petricoff Daniel Phillips Shirley Pigman Freda Pilder Marsha and Barry Pinsky Harold and Elaine Pockrose Yehudis and Elliott Polsky Lois and Robert Pornoy Nancy and Charlie Postow Alice Price Sue and Jay Price Rabe Family Barbara and Arnold Rabkin Ed Raick Barry Randman Donald Ransenberg Sue Ransohoff Lori and James Reidel Glynnis and Glenn Reinhart Leslie and Bernie Reiss Cathy and Arthur Richards June Ridgway Phyllis and Howard Ringel Ellen and Robert Rinsky Laura and Richard Rinsky Mary and Mark Rinsky Sparkle Rinsky Tanya Rinsky Tom Rinsky Igor and Marina Rivin Susan Robinson Mark Rogoff Cynthia and Bob Rosen Steve Rosen Laurie and Tom Rosenbaum Miriam and Leonard Rosenberg Sarah and Adam Rosenthal Judith Roth Dawn and Barry Rothchild Monique Rothschild Julie and Marc Rubin Julie and Kenn Jacobson-Ruby Marilyn and Richard Rudick Danielle Sabarese Pam Sacherman Karen and Eddie Saeks Judith Saeks-Gable Michael Saikaly Joyce and James Salinger Arthur Salomon

Wendy Saunders and Jim Heldman Judy and Mark Schaengold Michael Scheiber Phyllis and Peter Schiff Nancy Schild Rachel and Steven Schild Martha and Lee Schimberg Mr. Ben and Dr. Ronna Schneider Alberta and Robert Schneider Marjorie and Alan Schneider Nancy and Gary Schneider Raymond Schneider Edith and Arthur Schreiber Charlotte Schulman Rabbi Michael Shulman Amy Schur and Steve Albert Abby and David Schwartz Barbara and Harold Schwartz Barbara and Milton Schwartz Betsy Schwartz Irvin and Ida Schwartz Theodore Schwartz Francine and Allen Schwartzberg Suzanne Schweiger Mary Beth Scott Clarabel Seligman Mildred Selonick Steven Selss Nancy and Donald Seltz Barbara and Roger Selya Robert Shaffer Ouisie Shapiro Lisabeth and Kevin Shaw Peggie Shaw Julie and Steven Shifman Arthur and Diane Shilt Ivy and Albert Shohet Gerry Ann and Bob Shokler Rachel Shonfield Sylvia Shor Eleanor Shott Sally and Andrew Shott Phyllis and Gerald Shubs Helen and Leo Shuller Ann and Joel Shulman Bernie Siegel Dorothy Siegel Bobbie and Wayne Signer Julie and Marc Silverman Aline Simon Mary Lee and Louie Sirkin Elizabeth and Paul Sittenfeld Charlotte and Steven Skurow Rabbi Eric Slaton and Kim Slaton Scott and Sherri Slovin Sylvia Slovin Lauren Smart

Abigail Smith Tamar and Elliot Smith Deborah Smith-Blackmer and Benjamin Blackmer Jacqueline and Richard Snyder Vell Snyder Terri and Walter Solomon Klara Sorokhtina Lois Spahn Sondra and Richard Spector Rabbi David Spetner Sharon and Walter Spiegel Douglas Spitz JoEllen and Morton Spitz Judy and Harold Spitz Rebecca Spivak-Roshal Nancy and Howard Starnbach Gayle Statman Elena Stein Joe Steinberg Debra and Michael Steinbuch Ellen and Corky Steiner Anita and George Stewart Paula Stiens Josephine Stillpass Merrie and John Stillpass Cecille Stone Cathy Stonehill Ruth and Barry Stregevsky Milretta Stroheim Lenore Stulbarg Robin Rose and Carl Sturgeon Marcia and Bob Sugerman Donna and Gerald Summers Terry and Stuart Susskind Mary Sutton and Daniel Kanter Kathleen and Ivan Tamarkin Phyllis and Allen Tenenholtz Sherri and Harold Tieger Blair Tillett Barbara and Tom Tobias Paula Tompkins Robert Travis Susan and George Trenkamp Marjorie and Alan Ullman Irina Vasileva Paige VonHoffman Lindsey and Eric Wade Linda and Douglas Wagner Nell and Jerome Wall Sylvia and Gary Walsh Irene and Arden Wander Steve Warkany Suzan Warm Nancy and Raphael Warren Rita and Arnold Wasserman Beth and Donald Wayne

Chie and David Weil Nancy and Howard Weinberg Joyce and Stanley Weiner Louisa and Michael Weinrib Ophra Weisberg Janet and S. Marvin Weisberger Sherry and Albert Weisbrot Heidi and Mike Weisman Sarah Weiss and Todd Schild Julie and Mark Weisser Louis Weisser Alice and Ronald Weitzenkorn Shirley Werthaiser Ed Wertheimer Etan Wiener Iris Wigman Dina Wilheim Beverly and Paul Williams Ronna and James Willis Winner Family Foundation Lauren Winner Leanne Winner and Ellis Hankins Ester Winston Howard Winston Alexis Wintrob Rabbi Irvin and Kathy Wise Melissa and Brad Wittenbaum Jonathan and Elizabeth Wolf Louise and Alan Wolf Nancy and David Wolf Sally and Larry Wolfish Gloria Wolfson Elizabeth Woosley Ellen and William Wyler Anna and Vladimir Yamson Joe Yamson Max Yamson Diane and Howard Yasgur Joyce and Walter Yonka Dr. & Mrs. Jacob Yosafat Judy and Martin Young Barbara and Bruce Younger Miriam and Ira Younger Felicia Zakem and Kenneth Heldman Tatyana Zazulina Gail and Thomas Ziegler Sarita Zilch Debbie and Jacob Zimmerman Suzy Zipkin Zina and Michael Zmood Fred Zorndorf

We apologize for any names that may have been inadvertently omitted from this list.

2012 volunteers...

Thank you to the following volunteers who help sustain our work in the community by supplementing our staff and limited resources. In 2012, over 400 volunteers stocked food pantry shelves, delivered food to families in need, tutored Russianspeaking adults in English, visited isolated older adults, served on committees, mentored children, assisted Holocaust survivors, provided clerical support, and so much more. We appreciate your dedication, time and enthusiasm. Christina Albert Steve Albert Mike Andrews Devin Arbenz JoJo Arbenz Stephanie Aronhalt Elly Aronoff Marcie Bachrach Dora Baehner Dafna Bahir Bruce Baker Greg Baldwin Pam Barbasch Kelsey Bardach Gershom Barnard Terry Barnett John Baron Galit Benzaquen Alexis Bergman Wintrob Nelda Billups Ben Blackmer John Blevins Patty Bonem Keith Bookbinder Adam Boots Sharon Bramy Susan Brenner Sarah Burg Ann Burke Alison Caller Jessica Carroll Linda Chambers Mary Chambers Sergey Chiripko Allen Cohen Elaine Cohen

Kali Cohen Sheila Cohen Sid Cohen Stephen Cohen Amy Coppel Tarah Corlett Tzipy Dahan Alex Dal Sheldon Davis Mark Deutch Miriam Deutch Katherine Deutsch Shekinah Dick Marsha Drucker Jillian Dumes Stefan Eckert Margaret Eckman Hayley Englander Jake Englander Shep Englender Fouad Ezra Mary Ezra Leigh Faulk Julie Feinblatt Mark Fewell John Fischer Leah Freed Carol Friedman Gail Friedman Fran Gafvert Peter Gafvert LeeAnn Galioto George Gati Charles Gentry Samantha Gerstein Luda Gikhman

Joshua Gilbert Sue Ginsberg Ethan Glassman Tom Glassman Maya Gleyher Sonia Goldberg Stephen Goldberg Sandee Golden Chelsea Golding Andi Goldstein Donna Goodman Marshal Goodman Ellen Greenberg Skip Greenberg Esther Grubbs Aimee Guttman Jeff Haas Helen Habbert George Hale Steve Halper Anne Heldman Ian Henry Mark Higgins Seth Hirsch Marilyn Hirschhorn Amy Hirschman Steven Holman Debbie Horewitz Eric Innes Julie Jacobson-Ruby Kim Juran Larry Juran Carol Kabel Ethan Kahn Jessica Kahn Sandy Kaltman

Mark Kanter Elaine Kaplan Nolan Kaplan Sherry Kaplan Nick Kaufman Linda Kean Kevin Keefe Caroline Kelly Daniel Kerbel Amanda Kerns Kristel Kish Marjorie Knodle David Kohn Carrie Krach Carey Kurtz Lilly Kurtz Stuart Lavenda Bruce Lazarus Debbie Lempert Andrea Lerner-Levenson Alex Levenson Mark Lillenstein Carrie Lipps Danny Lipson Lynne Lipson Debra Loeb Hank Loeb Jacquelyn Mack Kevin Malone Penny Manes Barbara Manges Suzy Marcus Goldberg Victoria Matsukevich Rod McFaull Erin McNew Herb Meisner

Barbie Mellman Ronn Mervis Rose Mervis Leslie Miller Mark Miller Dennis Mitman Ruth Moeddel Alex Moksin Ellen Morris Robert Morris Anna Nagle Lilly Narusevich Tom Nault Marcie Newill Kelly Neyer Susan Novik Marcie Oliff Luba Osadchy Larry Osky Felix Pastron Cindy Pater Frank Pater Lois Pearson Gloria Peerless Daniel Phillips Walter Pierce Sue Pliskin Rachel Plowden Beth Poe Josh Postolski Nancy Postow Dora Powell Eugene Pyatigorsky Bonnie Rabin Elise Randman Jack Randman

Max Randman Sam Randman Claire Rechnitzer Sheldon Reisman Judy Ribak Brandon Richards Phyllis Ringel Pat Rosenberg Sharon Rosner Josh Rothstein Rachel Rothstein Bonnie Rupe Julia Russell Danielle Sabarese Pam Sacherman Sid Saewitz Nancy Samuels Stephen Samuels Zach Samuelson Jennifer Saporito Matthew Saporito Lauren Scharf Betsy Scheffler Andrew Schiff Sophia Schnare Denise Schnur Carol Ann Schulman Zell Schulman Abby Schwartz Beth Schwartz Ida Schwartz Irv Schwartz Michael Schwartz Suzanne Schweiger Bev Shapero Sarah Sherwood

Susan Shorr Ann Shulman Jessica Shvarts Olga Skorogobat Scott Slovin Gene Smiley Deborah SmithBlackmer Gary Smith Kevin Smith Bob Steele Diane Steele Teresa Stillwell Cecille Stone Terry Susskind Sherri Symson Paul Szekely David Taylor Keshia Theobald Katie Tolle Paula Tompkins Jon Toole William Tucker Debbie Ullner Daniel Valentini Monica Valentini Joan Van Epps Vita Victoria Svetlana Vinnik Sue Warm Nancy Warren Bralynda Watkins Alison Weikel Julia Weinstein Phil Weintraub Michael Weisman

Donnajean Wells Shekinah Wells Jill Westerheide Joe Westfall Carolyn Wetzler Elana Wetzler Doug White Kathy Wise Louise Wolf Barry Wolfson Holly Wolfson Elizabeth Woosley Max Yamson Joyce Yonka Walter Yonka John Youkillis Tony Zaya Gail Ziegler Marcy Ziek Alex Zietchick Sarita Zilch Debbie Zimmerman Jacob Zimmerman Leah Zimmerman Anna Zmood Tamara Zmood Zina Zmood

We apologize for any names that may have been inadvertently omitted from this list.


 

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2013 annual meeting Please be our guest Tuesday, June 25, 2013 7 pm Dessert Reception 7:30 - 8:30 pm Annual Meeting Amberley Room, Mayerson JCC 8485 Ridge Road, Amberley, OH 45236

RSVP at www. jfscinti.org or 513-766-3326 Dietary laws observed

Miriam Dettelbach Award recognizing exceptional volunteer service Danny Lipson and Larry Juran, award winners Betty R. Goldberg Community Service Award recognizing a Little Staff Longevity Awards Installation of New OfďŹ cers and Board

Outgoing President Michael Schwartz, Executive Director Beth Schwartz, Incoming President Mark Miller


Jewish Family Service 2012 annual report  
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