Join Federation on Nov. 2 to learn more about the vital work it does in Israel, globally and locally.
Main Event chairs Dena and Morey Goldberg and Caroline and Robert Zuritsky invite you to save the date for the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s Main Event on Sunday, Nov. 2, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, 1200 Market St. You will see a “new” side of Federation with engaging entertainment, surprises and the opportunity to learn more about the vital work Federation does in Israel, globally and locally.
“The Main Event marks the beginning of an exciting chapter for Federation. Under the leadership of Naomi Adler and Bud Newman, this event will be both welcoming and inclusive. Participants will feel a sense of community and satisfaction from their acts of tzedakah, which have a profound impact locally and in Israel,” says co-chair Dena Goldberg. The program will feature:
- Josh Malina, star of The West Wing and ABC’s hit TV show Scandal, who will speak about growing up Jewish;
- A special tribute to outgoing Federation President Sherrie R. Savett; and
- A festive and delicious stand-up buffet and cocktails by Six Points Kosher Events of Citron + Rose.
“We hope everyone will come to the Main Event to show their support for Federation’s crucial role in improving the quality of life in our Jewish community here in Philadelphia, and, of course, in Israel. During this very difficult time in our world right now, the Jewish community needs to rally around our Federation and keep it strong,” says co-chair Caroline Zuritsky.
Wide-ranging opportunities are available for corporate partners looking to gain terrific exposure among key audiences, while supporting the Jewish community. Community members and organizations are also invited to place ads in Federation’s inaugural Main Event tribute book. All community members are welcome, no minimum Federation gift is required and there will be no solicitation of funds.
For more information on corporate partnerships or the Main Event in general, contact Bob Seltzer: [email protected] or 215-832-0535.