Did you know? 36% of our Jewish Cleveland households say they are just managing financially. We are a strong community, yet there are people who live next door to us who are suffering. We provide a safety net for Jews in need, no matter who they are or where they live. Around the corner, and across the globe, we are feeding the hungry, comforting the sick, and caring for the elderly. At every stage of life, we are here to help.
Compared to other seniors in the U.S., Holocaust survivors are at a significantly higher risk for poor physical and mental health, depression, and social isolation. This is one of our most vulnerable populations.
With your support, Federation is a lifeline to basic needs like food, medicine, and home care, plus social interaction and transportation needs. Whether survivors are living locally or internationally, our Cleveland community is there to help this vulnerable population age with dignity.
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