The CJN Foundation is an independent organization that supports the mission of the Cleveland Jewish News.
At the heart of the foundation is the need to preserve, protect and keep our words alive for the Jewish community, now and in the future, through three specific goals:

  • Preserve Jewish community history with the online CJN Archive.
  • Educate the community through programs and events.
  • Build for the future by supporting the CJN internship program.

CJN Digital Archive

Visit the free CJN Digital Archive to access over 125 years of Cleveland Jewish history as it appeared in the Cleveland Jewish News and its predecessor newspapers.

CJN Foundation Projects and Initiatives

Expert presenters and more than 20 support service organizations and venues will offer information and conversation at a fair for those planning for their own or a family members’ aging needs from 1 to 4 p.m. May 21 at The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood.

During a program titled “A Presidential Issues Forum” Sept. 29 at the Mandel Humanities Center at Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Campus in Highland Hills, Ann Lewis, who represented Hillary Clinton, and Leora Levy, who represented Donald Trump, discussed the presidential candidates’ posi…

The first presidential debate is scheduled for Sept. 26. Three days later, the Cleveland Jewish News Foundation will host a presidential issues forum with surrogates representing Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.

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