Bnai Zion Foundation, now in its 110th year of building a more inclusive, healthy, and vibrant Israel, will host its annual New York Gala on Sunday, November 4 at noon. The event will honor Rabbi Elie Abadie, M.D., founding rabbi of Manhattan East Synagogue and founder and head of school of the Sephardic Academy of Manhattan; Kenneth Abramowitz, managing general partner and co-founder of NGN Capital and founder of SaveTheWest.com; Mark Langfan, managing partner of the Langfan Company, a senior fellow of the London Center, and the Arutz Sheva correspondent to the UN; and William K. Langfan, a philanthropist and WWII veteran who received the French Legion of Honor medal.
These four distinguished honorees will each receive an award for their outstanding contributions to their respective fields. Like Bnai Zion itself, the annual NY Gala will bring together individuals of all backgrounds and from across the religious, financial, and political spectrums for an opportunity to celebrate the organization’s important work over the last 110 years, as well as the State of Israel’s 70th birthday. The event will feature a performance by Mentalist Oz Pearlman, as well as an exquisite auction.
The event will take place at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place in New York City. To RSVP or learn more about this event, visit BnaiZion.org/event/nygala/ or contact Cheryl Bier, CEO at 646-485-7980 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bnai Zion Foundation is a U.S.-based nonprofit that identifies and funds capital projects in Israel in the areas of social inclusion, health, and culture. Our mission is to build a more inclusive, healthy, and vibrant Israel. Over the past 110 years, Bnai Zion has raised tens of millions of dollars and completed over one hundred humanitarian projects in Israel that have contributed to the physical, mental, and social wellbeing of the people of Israel. To learn more about Bnai Zion Foundation, visit BnaiZion.org.