A Young Judaea/Camp Tel Yehudah Benefit
NOVEMBER 7, 2021, 5:30 pm
TRIBECA 360, NEW YORK CITY
Join us to celebrate Young Judaea’s successes over the past year, honor the accomplishments of some of our community’s most inspiring leaders, celebrate our hard-working staff, and learn about exciting future plans!
Can’t make it in person? Purchase a virtual ticket to view a live stream of the benefit while chatting with chaverim from around the world through our online platform!
Cocktail Attire. Dietary Laws will be observed.
Proceeds from the Annual Forward Together Benefit support Young Judaea:
Bringing together Jewish youth for over 110 years through a shared commitment to
Israel, Social Activism, and Peer Leadership.
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FANNY AND ROGER KORMAN
Fanny and Roger Korman met at Tel Yehudah in 1969.
Roger, a Brooklyn native, was active in Young Judaea throughout his childhood, participating in all of TY's programs, and went on Year Course in 1966 which saw through the '67 war.
Fanny helped establish the first Young Judaea club in San Juan, Puerto Rico after attending Camp Tel Yehudah and went on to attend Year Course in 1971.
Fanny and Roger currently serve on the board of both YJG and Tel Yehudah and are committed to a vibrant future for Young Judaea, especially Tel Yehudah where it all began. They have been married 46 years and are proud parents and grandparents to current Judaeans.
Allison Goldberg, an Ohio native, grew up attending CYJ Midwest, Tel Yehudah, and Year Course. She met her husband of 10 years, David Post, through Young Judaea.
Young Judaea has played a central role in inspiring Allison's commitment to building a life dedicated to global philanthropy and social change.
Allison worked for Anheuser-Busch InBev for 8 years leading their corporate social impact programs and eventually its global foundation. Today, Allison serves as President of the Merck Foundation and Executive Director of Global Impact Giving at Merck.
Allison joined the YJG Board in 2020.
The Staff of Young Judaea for their hard work and resilience during the Pandemic.
David Feller | Lisa and Manny Synalovski
Ali Kreindler Gilliam | Greta Rothschild
Susan Alpert | Judith and Mike Berman | Gita and Steve Berman | Marcy Berman-Billig and Michael Billig | Reina and Simi Climo | Laura and Avi Fisher | Ilene Rosenthal and Lou Geser | Karyn and Joe Gold | Betsy August Gold and Ron Gold | Vanessa Bilanceri and Jeremy Goldberg | Lily Korman and Jose Manuel Gomez | Jennifer Sylvor and Steven Greenberg | Becky Korman and Vladimir Kooperman | Alli and Shai Korman | Kim and Wylie Levone | Amy Rosenblatt Lui and David Lui | Jessica Horan-Block and Josh Noble | David Post |Michelle and David Ravvin | Rebecca Goldberg and James Rosenblum | Jerry Schwartzman | Ruth and Michael Sherman | Shelley Sherman | Elisabeth and Stuart Wallock | Sindy Wayne
Nancy Falchuk | Jennifer Sylvor & Steven Greenberg | Anne Heyman z”l & Seth Merrin | Mel Reisfield z”l | David Rosenblatt | David Ruderman | Sharon Schoenfeld
Alon Tal | Gil Troy
Michael Berman | Board Chair
Adina H. Frydman | CEO
Andi Lewittes | Director of Development
David Weinstein Director | Camp Tel Yehudah
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registration and sponsorships
In Person Reservation $360, Virtual Ticket $180
36-45 Years Reservation $180, Virtual Ticket $90Click Here to Purchase!
35 Years and Under Reservation $54, Virtual Ticket $25
Thank You to our Event Sponsors!
Thank You to our Journal Sponsors!
Dr. Susan Alpert
Brick O. Real Estate - Alina and Daniel Avakian
Louis Post and Clare Collins
Jay Flynn, Flynn Engineering
Ali Kriendler Gilliam
Tania and Michael Kooperman, and Jenny and David Henry
Donna and Aaron Horowitz
Betty Cohen and Sherry Kelner
The Goldberg Family
Avi Lewittes and Family
Andi and Adina Lewittes
Amy Rosenblatt Lui and David Lui
Adina Frydman and Avi Orlo
Shari Gersten and David Rosenblatt
David P. Stone
Barbara and Jim Tombros
PZS Architects - Mario Zacharjasz
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