Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund aka BF2

Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund aka BF2
established June 2010
 

A campaign to save Brynna's home from foreclosure


  

Dear friends,          January 6, 2012

Words cannot express the gratitude we feel. We asked for help for our friend Brynna and you responded. Through your willingness to give, she was able to remove her house from foreclosure.  The debt to the bank has been paid. Just yesterday she signed the last of the legal paperwork which will result in the bank filing with the court and then Brynna getting the docs she needs to proof she owns her home and that she has satisfied the bank's note.  Whew!!! 

Brynna is able to continue providing her mother with a home and to focus on her work for social justice. She is overcome by the blessings in the form of donations and kindness that came from you and many others like you.  May your generosity return to you ten-fold.

With love, light and grateful hearts,

Fran Gordon Immerman & Merle Graybill

  Thanks all!

 


HOW TO DONATE

Donations payable to Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund can be made at:

  • Key Bank any location in Greater Cleveland area
  • Mailed c/o Fran Gordon Immerman, 4 Kenwood Court, Beachwood, OH 44122
  • click donate button

Please let us know if you prefer your gift to be anonymous.


 

 Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund Update 

Hi there,                                                                                              November 30, 2011

 We've been waiting and waiting and finally decided to get this out to you sooner than later.

We met and exceeded our goal!

Thank you all so much for making it possible for me to save my home and live in it securely with my mom.

 Here’s a brief update on where we are:

 1. Mr. Williams, my awesome Legal Aid attorney, is in possession of $ 62,000 for my home.

 2. With some ingenuity, elbow grease, help from Joyce Garver Keller, the lobbyist for the Ohio Jewish Communities, and Tonya Brunner of the Ohio Housing Finance Authority (OHFA), I persevered in my efforts to apply for county and federal foreclosure prevention programs.  The result is that I’ve been approved for $ 3,000 from Cuyahoga County and $ 15,000 from the Ohio Restoring Stability Hardest Hit lien cancellation program. Once the attorneys and the OHFA folks work out some details a closing will be scheduled to complete the deal. Whew.

 3. I reached my goal with last dollars of $ 18,000 from the Youngstown (my home town) Jewish Federation and the Cleveland Jewish Community. How perfect that I got "chai", life, in this way! (The Hebrew word for life is “chai” which also numerically is 18.)

 4. Having raised a total of $ 96,417.17 to date, which includes the $ 24,000 I contributed from my Social Security Disability back pay, I’ve used YOUR dollars to pay for the house. I’ve also been able to paint the house (I received violation notices last fall) and make some long overdue repairs. And that leaves about $ 25,000 left in the Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund which will be used toward the ongoing maintenance of 2249 Cottage Grove.

 5. My good friends from my women's music work and passion, Bitch and Ferron, came to town a few weeks ago and performed a house concert for me. I got to sing and play one of my favorite songs with Ferron and will get that video and pictures up on my website soon.

 6. I am so grateful for the help of Merle, Brooke, Julie and Fran who from the beginning of this effort have sent out hundreds of emails, updates, responded to questions, updated my AOL address book, helped create and keep up the data base, and addressed all the thank you card envelopes which will go out once the deal is finally complete.  Thanks also to Jean and Brian for their help editing and with my website.  And I thank them all for giving me back the reins and letting me proceed with you all directly!

 7. So far there are 381 donors and incredibly, donations are still coming in.

 8. I am exhausted from these past few weeks with the November 15th deadline come and gone and waiting waiting waiting for the lawyers to do their thing but rest assured, as I keep getting reminded: THIS IS A DONE DEAL.  Soon the paperwork will prove it!

 9. I am off to work with Fran at the United Synagogue Conservative Judaism conference and when I return will be diving into a project helping a local supplemental high school produce their annual HaZamir Choir concert.

 10.   Now that the work to save my home is so close to complete I turn my attention to a new challenge:  to figure out how to get my Medicaid benefits to work.   I feel welfare reform burning in my chest!

 11.    Once the house paperwork is complete and I have the documents to prove that I own it outright I will be having an open house to which you’ll all be invited.  Those who can make it will help me literally write all your names around my home.  I’ve figured out a way to do so that is small enough to read and from afar will simply look like an accent in the paint.  I truly want the visible reminder that you all made this possible!

 I hope you had an enriching Thanksgiving and are looking forward to the winter and holiday season.

 Please know that I am so very grateful for your help and am in awe of your love and support for me,

 Peace, love, light and home!

Brynna

 


    Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund Update

Dear Friends,                                                                                                    October 28, 2011

 With theNovember 15th deadline looming near we wanted to take an opportunity to both thank you and give you a brief update.

 THANK YOU!!!!

We so appreciate your support and didn't want to wait any longer to let you know that we've received your donation.  Our more formal "Thank yous" will go out after November 15th (after Brynna's paid the bank) and those will be snail mailed to you.

 A brief update

We have been amazed and awed at the outpouring of support and love for Brynna!!!!

 To date we've raised $ 70,678  toward our goal of $ 80,000!!!!!

 Brynna has spent just over $ 7,750 on housing violations so the remaining $ 62,928 will go toward the house.

We're confident we're going to make it and in large part this is due to YOU!!!!!!!

And, while we're confident that we'll reach our goal we also ask that if you know anyone who might like to help out there's still time and feel free to spread the word  by letting folks know they can donate to the Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund at www.brynnafish.com

 A few of you have asked what happens if there is MORE money raised than the $ 80,000 needed to pay Huntington. Those funds will stay in the Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund and be used for upkeep of the home.

 We are aware of at least one effort to keep some funds coming in to the BFBF after November 15 and if you would like we are happy to provide periodic updates.

 For those of you who asked to be "anonymous" we have taken that to mean that you prefer not to have your name put up on Brynna's website.  Brynna is aware of who's donated and we hope that this is ok with you all.

 Now we'd like to share some interesting things we've learned helping Brynna in this way.

As you might imagine Brynna, has amassed many relationships over the years and you all certainly reflect that!   It’s been a blessing to us to see so many communities take care of one of their own.

With Brynna's help we've learned that of the 329 donors:

  • about 26% (89) of you know her from the Jewish community (mostly Cleveland and Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple and Pardes and from her work with JFSA's Family Violence Program) and donated about $ 15,500
  • the second largest identifiable group at about15 % (45) of you know Brynna from Michfest (the Michigan Women's Music Festival) donating about $ 3,100
  • 10% (36)of you know Brynna from the LGBT community and donated about $ 8,200
  • the fourth largest identifiable group of you is her Miami University Western College friends with 6 % (20) of you bringing in about $ 6,000!
  • 5% of you (16)are Brynna'srelatives AND folks who know Brynna from her hometown of Youngstown and donated about $ 5,500
  • a dozen of you are a CRUSY (Central Region United Synagogue Youth) alumnus which is the youth group Brynna was very active in high school and contributed about $ 3,000
  • a dozenof you provided a service to Brynna (mass e-blasting, eye examine, homeopathy, facebook posting, and BIG love)
  • >a half dozenof you know Brynna from her work with Keshet and donated almost $1,000.
  • another 1/2 dozenof you know Brynna from yoga at the ATMA center & donated about $ 500
  • there are only about  15% (50) of you she doesn't know or doesn't remember who donated about $ 1,600

 In case you're doing the math remember that Brynna put in $ 24,000 of her Social Security Disability back pay.

 And, here’s how your gifts break down:

 your gifts have ranged from $5  to $ 3,600 (double Chai)

  • 12of you gave $1,000 or more
  • 1o f you gave$ 540 (triple chai)
  • 11of you gave $ 500 - $ 999
  • 18 of you gave $ 250 - $499
  • 69of you $ 100 - $249
  • 33of you gave $ 180 (In Hebrew the number 18 represents”life” and is called “chai” like in the toast “L’Chaim – To Life!  So in Jewish circles folks often give donations in increments of 18)
  • 54of you gave$ 50 - $ 99
  • 18 of you gave $ 36 (so cool!!!!  Life gave double life!!!)
  • 12of you gave $18
  • 89of  you gave $ 5 - $ 49
  • 12 of you gave services

 Brynna would like you all to know that she is beyond thrilled and grateful for your willingness to help her in this way and that as soon as she can she will turn her attention to helping others in need.

 Again, thank YOU so much and it's been a gift to us to do this work to help Brynna. Please feel free to email or call either of us if you have any questions.

 All the best,

 Merle Graybill                     and             Fran Gordon Immerman

graybillmerle@gmail.com                    gordonimmerman@gmail.com

740-591-1754                                         216-496-5744

 or feel free to contact Brynna directly at:
216-407-5543
www.brynnafish.com

  

Deadline extended 
 

Brynna must pay on or before November 15 or her home goes immediately to Sherriff sale!!!

GOAL: $80,000

$71,111 raised to date.

There is potential $ from a federal “hardest hit” foreclosure prevention program but won’t know until early November.

So… we still need help to raise $8,000 more!

Dear Friends, updated November 6                     September 1, 2011

Please join us in helping Brynna keep her home.  We trust that through the good will and help of friends and family, who spread the word (feel free to forward this to your friends and family) and give what they can, we can provide our dear Brynna and her mother with the security of their home. We only have until November 15 or Brynna's home will go immediately to sherriff's sale.

   The Short Story

  • After 5+ years of chronic “kaka” (as Brynna would say) her health has improved since beginning monthly gamma-globulin infusions.
  • Her Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits begin this month.
  • She’s applying her SSDI 12 months of back pay ($ 24,000) toward her house.
  • She’s able to work a limited amount of time (earning no more than $600/month due to SSDI regulations) to supplement her $ 1915 monthly cash benefit.  She will be able to cover her medications and basic living expenses.  When she receives the lump sum from her other SSDI application that will be reserved for the ongoing general maintenance and upkeep of her home. 
  • About this campaign Brynna says she’s “scared out of her ever living mind, so vulnerable she doesn’t know how to be in her skin and yet excited beyond belief”. 
  • Brynna is counting on our help to pay the bank so she and her mom, and someday Shiah, have a home.
  • We're so close!!  Through the generosity of 275 donors we've raised $ 62,000 to date!!!!

 The Longer Story

In July 2006, after suffering 18 months of recurrent infections, Brynna Fish was diagnosed with a rare immune disorder called Hypogammaglobulinemia. Basically, her blood doesn’t make antibodies.

 Brynna’s doctors advised she would have to make significant lifestyle changes  including:

  • weekly gamma globulin injections,
  • daily meds and supplements which total 35 pills and 3 inhalers ,
  • rest (10—12 hours sleep daily) & healthy diet, and
  • exercise, yoga & stress reduction.

 Dr. Hostoffer further noted that she “would not be able to work in a way to make any meaningful amount of money” and she should file for Social Security Disability (SSDI). 

 A month after Brynna’s diagnosis she lost her job running a family violence program.  She was able to continue her health insurance through the government mandated post employment safety net, COBRA, but with a severe medical condition she could not afford to maintain her coverage when COBRA expired.  She has been without health insurance since.

 For the past 5 years she has suffered from recurrent sinus and bronchial infections, severe fatigue and migraines – 3 or 4 a week.  The infections can take up to 2 or 3 rounds of antibiotics to treat  creating a  limited ability to work  and therefore very little income with which to pay for her medications (at $ 750/month), let alone her basic living expenses, which she has whittled down to bare bones.   Four years ago Brynna took in her mother, who could no longer live independently.  And, three years ago, unable to keep up with her mortgage her home fell into foreclosure.  .

 This past winter/early spring Brynna suffered from respiratory infections that would not respond to any antibiotics.  In March she was hospitalized for IV antibiotics and her docs told her they could no longer “band-aid” her health with weekly gamma globulin injections.  She would have to immediately begin monthly gamma globulin infusions at an expense of $ 3,800/month.  Through an act of synchronicity and generosity, a check was written so that Brynna was able to begin her infusions immediately.  Ever resourceful, Brynna then did her own advocacy work and the Cleveland Clinic‘s financial assistance program has been covering her subsequent infusions.  The Clinic is also assisting Brynna on a new Medicaid application.

 Good news

After 3½ years of working with a pro-bono attorney from the Cleveland Legal Aid Society the bank finally agreed to accept $ 80,000 to buy out her mortgage.  This amount is less than half of what Brynna owed on her home when it was foreclosed!  This is a time limited legal matter and must be settled BY NOVEBER 15.  Undaunted, Brynna has reached out for help.

In late August , Brynna was notified that one of her two SSDI applications has been approved!!!  She is putting nearly $ 24,000 of back pay toward the house and will begin receiving monthly Social Security Disability benefits mid September.     Unfortunately, the way the system works, she will not receive Medicare health coverage until May of 2012. 

 If you know Brynna, you know she is resourceful, diligent and strong. You know how she used to go, go, go & do, do, do.  Limiting her work and her life in order to manage her health has been an enormously challenging transition for her. She still teaches Jewish music & takes para-cantor guitar gigs & even plays kid’s birthday parties when she can.  She’s going into Jewish and secular schools to do LGBTQQIA inclusion work (some paid, some volunteer). And you can be assured that Brynna will continue to work to make this world a better place as long as she lives and breathes!

 This past June, Brynna shared her story as the “health care” testimony at the opening Assembly of the Greater Cleveland Congregations Project.  In front of 2000 folks, representing 40 congregations, she defied the stereotypical image that having no insurance, having to turn your car in to the repossessor and receiving a foreclosure notice happens to someone else.  After a three decade career of helping others, and always the social justice seeker, she can’t help but apply her social work skills and determination as she’s navigating so many broken systems on her own behalf.  

 And she’s writing, creating, crusading, and sometimes crashing.  She’s finding her way, learning to ask for and accept help.  She’s learning to open her heart to her own human limitations and this has helped her to be even more compassionate with others.  In spite of everything, Brynna’s spirit is vibrant and joyful and she still has that Brynna Fish spark.  

 She’s deeply grateful for the support and financial donations she‘s received to help with utilities, groceries and medications over these past 5 years.  And, anticipating that we will be successful with this campaign for her home, she’s grateful now for the ability to return to financial self sufficiency.  

 Brynna is counting on our help.                Please give what you can soon!

 Donations payable to Brynna Fish Benevolent Fund can be made at:

  • Key Bank any location in Greater Cleveland area
  • Mailed c/o  Fran Gordon Immerman, 4 Kenwood Court, Beachwood, OH  44122
  • click donate button

 Please let us know if you prefer your gift to be anonymous.

 Questions:  feel free to contact Brynna, 216-407-5543, bfish6557@aol.com

or one of us,

In peace, love and light,

Merle                                               Fran

Merle Graybill                                 Fran Gordon Immerman

graybillmerle@gmail.com          gordonimmerman@gmail.com

740-591-1754                               216-496-5744

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP AND HEART!!!!

 


   

2011 campaign

heartfelt thanks to all who helped save Brynna's home

listings in alaphetical order include $, services & special prayers

 

 a friend

Anon

Laura  Ackerman

Kelly  Adelman

Trish Adler

Nance Adler

Tamara Adriane-Davis

Shahin Afnan

Carolyn & Marty Alpert

Steven Anderson

Jamie Anderson

anon

anon

anon

anon

anon

anonymous

Toni Armstrong

Susanne & Nathan Arnold

Rabbi Brad Artson

Denise Astorino

Luisa Aviv

Dr. Charles & Sharyn Bailin

David & Corola Bamberger

Jill & Thomas Barad

Marlin & Ed Barad

Oren and Dr. Susan Wish Baratz

Kitty Barber

Benjamin & Halle Barnett

Rebecca L Bar-Shain

Anon

Paul & Margaret Beno

Pedra Berenson

Sheryl Berman

Marilyn Bilsky 

Bitch

Joan Biren

Margo  Blatt

Cathy  Bloomfield

Robin Blythe

David Bortz

Nancy Boutilier & Christa Champion

Yelena Boxer

Doug Braun

Claudia  Brenner

Catherine Bricker

Karen Brooker

Eric Brouman

Rachel & Kenneth Browner

anon

Karen Brunelle

Steph Burke

Paula Burke

Lorraine Burr

Jessica Burt

Catherine Butler

Beth & Steve Cagan

Robyn Camarata

Ross Campbell

Donna  Caputo

Katherine  Catts

Joanna Cazden

Sherri Cebul

Shirley Bellowe Century

Larry Chambers

Marsha Chenin

Olga Chwascinska

Cleveland Jewish Community

The Clayman Family

Yael & Kenneth Cohen

Ingrid Cohn

Judith Cohodas

Richard Cole

Lance Colie

Tracey Conaty

Michelle Conley

David Conn

Bill Conway

Amy  Cordero

John Corlett

Rabbi Menachem Creditor

M. H.  Crockett

Angelisa Crognale

Sheila Curran

Catie Curtis & Family

Jill Davey

Adina Davidson

Lyn Davis

Michelle Davis

Terri, Ellis & Ruby Delaney

Sheila Derrwaldt

Andrea & Gary Desberg

Todd DiSanto

Wendy Dobres

Cathy & Larry Dorfman

Gail Dorsey

Donna Drozda

Jean DuSablon

Tamara Duval

Julie Edberg

Barbara Edwards

Jane and Jerry Epstein

Barbara and Barry Epstein

Heather Roulston & Jeffrey Ettinger

Rev. Sheldon Ezring

Sharon Fagin

Cheryl Ferguson

Laura Fields & Renee George

Jean Fineberg

Sue Fink

Shiah Fish

Stacey  Fisher

Ferron Foisy

Nancy & Bernie Frank

Mitch & Sue Frankel

David Franklin & Rabbi Rona Shapiro

Susan Frazier

Jan & Gary Freiman

Sheila Friedman

Ellen Friedman

Beth & Frederick Friedman-Romell

Rabbi Robyn Fryer Bodzin

Laurie Fuchs

Jean Fudge

Joyce  Garver Keller

Rosalind Gauchat

Wendy Gaylord

Jan Geisinger

joan & vic gelb

Sandy & Ada Goldfarb

Stephen Henry Goldring

Congregation Shaarey Tikvah

David Gooding

Bonnie Gordon

Fran Gordon Immerman

John  Graves

Merle Graybill

Leona Green

Brian Green

The Dr. Milton E. Greenberg Memorial Philanthropic Fund

Jill Greff

Roz  Ann  Griffin

Meg Grow

Suzanne Blum Grundyson

Janete Guardia

Elyse Rovner and Ken Gustafson

Susan  Haas

Jan Hackman

Buck Harris

Allen Harris

Lauren Heller

Barbara Heller

Charles Henderson

Barbara & Sanford Herman

Cindy Heselov

Wayne Heym

Jenni Hide-a-Cover

Afeni Hill

Robin Holzman

Darby Hoover

Rabbi David Horowitz

Sharon Hoyenga

Emily Huber

Jewish Women International

Susan  Irving

Ginnette Jamerson

Susan Jasbeck Steinberg

Shelley Jennings

Sisterhood of Huntington Jewish Center

Nedra Johnson

Janet Jordan

Clint Joste

Lelia Kamionkowski

Michelle & Ethan Karp

Mark  Katz

Vanessa Kelly

Samuel  Kelman

Mary Kelsey & John Kaminsky

Betsy Kent

Don King

Nancy Kohn

Sam Kooperman

Sylvia & Roger Kramer

Michele Krantz

Linda Krasienko

Hermine Krasny

Stuart Kurlander

Dalia Kutnick

Enid & Harry  Lader

Polly  Laurelchild Hertig

Debora Lee

Jane & Jordon Lefko

Denise Leslie

Susan Wolpert & Raymond Lesser

Ruth  Lester

Marilyn Leubitz George

Anon

Marcia Levine

Ron Levine

Barbara Lewis

Malia Lewis & Margot Damaser

Anon

Bob Linton

Judith  Lipton

Jayson Littman

Katherine & Myron Lunine

Miranda M. Wilgus

Barbara & Scott Machol

Rachel Madorsky

Christina Majszak

Rabbi Sharon Marcus

Susan Martin

Tam  Martin

Amy Balk Marx

Danny  Maseng

Chip May

Lindsey Mayerfeld

Carolyn McConnell

Fiona McEwan & Beth Edberg

Stephen McMillin

Molly Grace McNeil

Deborah Meitin

Aubrey & Deanna Mendelow

Hannah Mermelstein

Suju Metheral

David M. Metzger

Jessa Schantz &  Michael Lehto

Hedy  Milgrom

Jane Miller

Jean & Brian Miller

Rhian Miller

Maria Miranda

Linda  Mitchell

Michael Montlack

Lana and Marc Moresky

Renee Morganstern

David Morris

Bonnie  Morris

Rhiannon Music

Susan & Stuart Muszynski

Hallie Mykrantz

Yvette Nary

Jay  Needle

Barb Nicely

anon

Meridith Oberlin

Jennifer Okin-Larkin

Comfort & Joy Oriental Medicine

Ann Pallotta

Alyson Palmer

Julie Patterson

Roberta & Jim Pazol

Carolyn G  Peabody

Joel & Sharon Peerless

Gail Perusek & Lynne White

Eric Petersiel

Eric Pliner

Leslie  Podolsky

Jill Pollack

Cynthia  Port

Steve Potchatek

Jennifer Pressman

Caroline Quine

Andrea Rappaport

Cecelia Ravenel

Rebecca Ray

Toshi Regon

Diane Rigney

Stephen Roos

Tina Rorak

Beth & Frank Rosenberg

Penny Rosenwasser

Estelle Rosenzweig

David  Rosner

Sam  Roth

Marc Roth

Jen & Adam Roth

Jane Routh Le

Debbie & Howard  Ruben

Cynthia  Rundquist

Jeff & Suzanne Rusnak

anon

Ellen Saltz

Lynn & Ken Salzbrenner

Daniel Saunders

Loretta "Rhetts" Scauzillo

Deborah & Jeffrey Schein

Nancy Schmitt

Linda Schoenberg

Stephanie Schroeder

Rick K. Schwartz

Joyce  Scoglietti

Ellen Seeling

Rabbi Steve Seger

Jonathan Selinger

Mona Senkfor

Anon

Jodi Shainberg

Jane Buder Shapiro

Jane Sharp

Risa Shaw

Linda Shear

Sanford & Eppie Shore

Sandra Shumway

Catherine Sicilian

Maureen Silver

Sara Singer

Warren  Sklar

Larry J. Sklar

Rabbi Josh Skoff

Judith Sloan

Carol  Smith

Marie Smith

Melinda Smith

Liz  Snow & Pat Cohen

Mary Solomon

Randall Solomon

Shirley Solomon

Heidi Solomon

David M. Soloway

Donna & Howard Sperber

Rebecca Stapel Wax

Sandy Starkman

Maria Stella

Mickey  Stern

Evelyn Stettin

Myra Stone

Cordelia Strandskov

Ellie Strong & Gene Epstein

Jane Stuehling

Julie and Steve Tamarkin

Yelena Tarkhanova

Temple El Emeth Youngstown Ohio

Luanne Thodey

Nancy  Thrams

The Thomases Family Endowment Fund

Lynn Tibbets

Linda  Tobin

Adrienne  Torf

Jules Tortolani

Tory Trujillo

Karen Tucker

Sarah Vail

Doug VanAuken

Amy  Vandenberg

Sandy Vansuch

Ruth Viny

Carol Vitelli

Susan & Thomas Wagner

Karen Weaver

Marty  Webb & Deb Dunkel

Kenneth Weil

Kim Welter

Marlane Weslian

Aaron Wester

Jill  Wieder

Mary Carole  Wiedorfer

Brooke Willis

Alyson Winick

Joan Wittenberg

Mark  Wittow

Ruth Wolfson

Sandra Wuliger

Stephen Younger

The Youngstown Jewish Federation

Margot Zapp

Rabbis Simcha & Shawn Zevit

Elizabeth Ziff

Etta  Zimmerman

Sandi & Burt Zucker

Andrew Zupcsan 

  


 

 

 

 

 2008 campaign : medical and basic living expenses

heartfelt thanks to

Merle Graybill

Anne E. DeChant & Erin Shim Or

Julie & Steve Tamarkin

Brian & Jean Miller

Donna Iona Drozda www.donnaionadrozda.com

Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple

Rabbi Rob Nosanchuk

Rabbi Josh Caruso

Cantor Sarah Sager

Wendy Jacobson, sacred community coord

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Rabbi Steven Weiss, B'nai Jeshuran

Rabbi Sharon Marcus, Park Synagogue

Rabbi Steve Segar, Kol HaLev

Dr. Stephen E. Bloom, DDS

Alan & Bev Israel, Lee Silsby Compounding Pharmacy

Jane Le

Barry Feldman

Gregg Levine

Barbara Higbie & Wayne Anderson

Norm & Alice Klivans

Donna & Howard Sperber

Nancy & Bernie Frank

Michael & Michele Belkin

Malia Lewis & Margot Damaser

David Fish

Shiah Fish

Jen & Adam Roth

Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland

Sandy Borrelli

Anonymous

Rick Leibovich & Family

Denise Leslie

Ginger Needham

Penny Rosenwasser

Vivian Woodland

Dani Hope

Simcha Leavitt

Ben Miller

Sally Tatnall

JJ

Barrie Brewer & Sutree Irving

Nancy Wasylyshyn

Daniel Blain

Jessa Schantz & Michael Lehto

Anonymous

Don King

Caroline Quine

Debra Hirshberg & Jamie Hecker

Judi Wolf

Pat Levy

Elyse Gustafson

Susan Ringle

Eric Resnick

Amy Garson

Lynn Tibbets

 

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