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Engaging the Next Generation

Youth Philanthropy  

The Columbus Jewish Youth Foundation has sent out requests for proposals to support projects addressing local Jewish poverty and low income households.  Deadline is March 1. To request an application for your organization or for more information, please contact Director of Youth Philanthropy Deborah Applefeld at dapplefeld@tcjf.org or 614-338-2365.

Congratulations to Jake Davis

B’nai Tzedek teen Jake Davis was elected BBYO AZA’s 91st International Moreh at the BBYO International Convention in Atlanta.  In this role, Jake will set strategy and implement programs for recruitment and retention of membership.  Jake will hold both regional and international offices simultaneously.  Jake, a Junior at Bexley High School, has been an active B’nai Tzedek fund holder since 2010 and served on the 2013 Columbus Jewish Youth Foundation teen board.

Love & Hugs Anniversary Event

Love & Hugs for Zusman Hospice provides hand-made stuffed bears for hospice patients and their families. It’s celebrating its third anniversary on March 8 with its largest bear-making event of the year at the Build-A-Bear Workshop at Easton Town Center.  Love & Hugs was founded in 2012 by B’nai Tzedek fundholder Emily Cammeyer as part of her Bat Mitzvah preparation, and a support grant from the Columbus Jewish Youth Foundation helped launch the program in its inaugural year.  For more information, check out  http://whv.org/Healthcare/Zusman-Hospice/Love-Hugs or visit the organization on Facebook.

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