The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s Super Sunday event, chaired by Tulane and Jack Chartock, will take place on April 29, as one of 35 volunteer projects offered on Give a Day, a community-wide mitzvah day (day of service). On Super Sunday, from 8:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m., volunteers from across the community will make calls to raise funds for the 2012 Community Campaign, which supports 39 programs, 25 agencies and 13 congregations in Cincinnati, in Israel and around the world.
From now until Super Sunday on April 29, all new gifts and increases under $1,000 to the 2012 Community Campaign will be tripled by The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati. The one-to-one matching grant that has been in effect since the beginning of this year’s campaign will increase to two-to-one for Super Sunday gifts only. After April 29, the match will revert to one-to-one until the May 31 deadline.
Community members are asked to help in two ways: by volunteering to make phone calls and by donating to the campaign on or before Super Sunday. Volunteers can register for one of two shifts on April 29 or for a May 2 follow-up session by visiting the Super Sunday website. Donors can give by answering the call on Super Sunday.
The Community Campaign supports the programs that provide a safety net for the most vulnerable while nurturing and sustaining Jewish life. The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati brings our community together to care for Jews in Cincinnati, in Israel and around the world and develops opportunities for each of us to embrace a Jewish life.