CJP Women’s Philanthropy, with Lori Kreevoy, Sheryl Lappin-Levy and Kate Urman, warmly invite you to join your North Shore friends for an evening of socializing and philanthropy, set against the backdrop of a stunning ocean view.
Our keynote speaker will discuss the challenges facing Jewish and pro-Israel students on campus, as many young people find themselves encountering increasing anti-Semitism and anti-Israeli sentiment.
We invite you to support our tikkun olam project by donating CVS, Mobil Gas or Target gift cards for $20 or $25 to benefit clients of Jewish Family & Children’s Service’s Center for Basic Needs. JF&CS often works with clients in complex situations, and donated gift cards can help clients to feel empowered to address their own needs.
Cocktails and dinner will be served. Dietary laws will be observed.
COUVERT: $60 per person
RSVP by June 17.
This event is open to all women who give $72 or more to CJP’s Annual Campaign, either in their own name or as part of a family gift.
Event fees reflect the cost of goods and services provided and are not tax deductible.
This event is mobility accessible. ASL interpreter available upon advance request.
For sponsorship opportunities, more information, or special accommodations please contact Ariel at email@example.com or 617-457-8854.
Linda Scherzer is a media and public relations consultant and advises the Jewish community on how to engage in constructive dialogue with the press. Linda was the only North American ever to work as an on-air correspondent for Mabat, Israel Television’s Hebrew news program, where she covered Arab and Palestinian affairs.
For more than a decade, Linda has been director of a program called “Write On For Israel,” which trains a select group of high school students how to become defenders of Israel when they get to college.
* Registration closes on June 17th at 11:55 pm
407 Hale St
Beverly, MA 01915
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