A Gala to Benefit Jewish Family Service
Professionally Choreographed Dance Competition - Dinner
Saturday, November 3, 2018 Jack Cincinnati Casino private ballroom
Get ready for the 3rd biennial Jewish Family Service Dancing with our Stars gala - an exciting dance competition (along with schmoozing between old and new friends).
A star-studded cast of local "celebrity dancers", who are each paired with a professional dancer, will compete to win the most votes. $1 donation = 1 vote. And since each vote is a generous contribution to Jewish Family Service, the ultimate winners are the people in our community whose lives are strengthened in times of need.
Support our Eight Dancers for 2018
CLICK ON EACH DANCER TO VOTE for them with your Donation!
Meryl Juran and Judy Kadetz
Megan Mitchell, WLWT Anchor/Reporter
Nicholas Marko, MD, UC Brain Tumor Center Neurosurgeon and Director
David Lyman, Arts Writer
Rene Micheo Goldstein
$150 Individual Ticket
$500 Patron Ticket (includes VIP reception, priority seating, name in program)
Each ticket includes dinner and two drinks. Cocktail attire.
Thank you to our Sponsors
As of 8-20-18
Waltz Sponsors ($10,000+)
Larry & Kim Juran
Andi Levenson Young & Scott Young
Samba Sponsors ($5,000 - $9,999)
Beck Family Foundation
Sara and Richard Behrman / Bellwether Enterprise
Essig & Evans
Oscar & Cindy Jarnicki
The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati
Nina & Eddie Paul
Cha Cha Sponsors ($3,000 - $4,999)
Amy Diamond & Eddie Wolf
Hyman & Bessie Passman Family Charitable Foundation
Tango Sponsors ($1,500 - $2,999)
Marcie and Nathan Bachrach
Susan Brenner & Steven Mombach
Philip & Sheila Cohen
Arna Poupko Fisher & Bob Fisher
Dr. Tom Goldman
Linda & Gary Greenberg
Louis and Beth Guttman
Patti & Fred Heldman
Richard and Mona Kerstine
Mark & Robin Miller
Perfect Solutions AV
Sue Price & Family
Scott M. Slovin & Sherri Goren Slovin
Izar & Stacey Spivak
Liz & Jordan Vogel
This year you are able to select your table! Click on a table that shows seats available and click on a seat to reserve a seat at that table.
And here is a highlight video from our Inaugural Event in 2014:
Since 1943, Jewish Family Service has played a vital role in responding to the constantly changing challenges and stresses of everyday life experienced by individuals and families in Greater Cincinnati.
Jewish Family Service, a 501(c)3 non-profit agency, strengthens lives of people in times of need by providing social services that guide them along their road to stability, self-reliance, and personal growth. Your support helps us promote stability and wellness to families experiencing hunger and mental illness; mentor youth toward reaching their highest potential in school and life; and assist older adults with the help they need to manage their independence and live the best quality life possible.
This is accomplished through Aging and Caregiver Services, Care Management, Emergency Financial Support, Bigs & Littles Youth Mentoring, and the Jewish Family Service Heldman Family Food Pantry at our Barbash Family Vital Support Center.