Impact

Recent Impact

In 2020, Jewish Home of Cincinnati along with The Jewish Foundation, The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and individual community donors created a partnership to provide emergency covid relief funds to the community. JHC contributed $250,000 as part of the partnership to support organizations such as Jewish Family Service and the Mayerson JCC. Funds were used to fund much needed services to seniors through meals, safe socialization through technology, emotional support and increased case management and counseling. In 2021 and 2022, Jewish Home of Cincinnati also awarded grants to community organizations including JEEP (Jewish Education for Every Person); The Nancy and David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center; CET; The Hearing, Speech and Deaf Center; The Cincinnati Community Kollel; Isaac M. Wise Temple; and The Mayerson JCC.

The Harkavy & Berg Funds

The Harkavy/Berg Committee was established in 2005 by Max Harkavy as his Bar Mitzvah project in memory of his Grandfather, Frank Harkavy, Cedar Village‚Äôs first board chair. The fund became endowed in 2019 by a major gift from Gerald J. Robinson, the first Chair of the Harkavy/Berg Committee. The Harkavy Fund provides wonderful classes and entertainment for the residents of Majestic Care at Cedar Village and their families. This includes group/individual art and music programs provided by an art and music therapist, exercise classes, jewelry making classes, and more. 

The Berg Fund was established by a bequest in 2005 from the Henry Berg Family. Berg Fund provides the residents of Majestic Care at Cedar Village with opportunities to visit museums, symphonies, ballets, operas, theater, concerts, lectures and special events in the community. It also provides for transportation to these venues and extra staff to assist residents who participate in these outings. 

Harkavy/Berg Committee

Josh Harkavy, Chair
Jan Frankel
Missy Greenberg
Lesha Greengus
Patti Heldman
Sally Korkin
Pete Robinson
Rachel Schild
Susan Shorr
Jeffrey Zipkin, M.D.