Morty and Norma Lee on receiving the Ourisman Award. A much deserved recognition of their commitment, service and leadership.
Bob and Arlene Kogod 2
A MESSAGE FROM THE JCCGWâ€™S PRESIDENT AND CEO Thank you for joining us this evening.
Brad Stillman, President
In 1913, our community came together in a shared vision that resulted in a Jewish Community Center to help provide education, arts, culture and social programs and services not otherwise available.
As we begin our second century of service, the JCCGW continues to create a welcoming and inclusive environment, connecting the people of our Jewish community with each other, Israel and the broader community. We inspire individuals of all ages and backgrounds to enhance their social, physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being through Michael Feinstein, CEO programs of excellence rooted in Jewish values. Whether providing meals for seniors, making memories for children at summer camp or giving individuals with special needs a chance to shine, your generosity makes it possible for us to welcome so many people to the Centerâ€”and will help us build a new tomorrow for generations to come. This event is the culmination of a lot of hard work put forth by our committee. We want to thank our Chairs Tracy Bloom Schwartz and Alan Schwartz for their dedication, time, energy and talent. We especially wish to congratulate and thank Norma Lee and Morton Funger, recipients of the 2014 Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement. We are grateful for, and inspired by, their long-standing leadership, commitment and support of our community. With sincere gratitude,
Brad Stillman Michael Feinstein President, Board of Directors Chief Executive Officer 3
A MESSAGE FROM THE 2014 GALA CHAIRS
Dear Friends: Welcome to the JCC of Greater Washingtonâ€™s Spring Gala. We are honored to serve as co-chairs for this special evening. Funds raised tonight will support all of the vital programs and services that strengthen our community as a whole, including the senior nutrition program, the Camp JCC Inclusion Program for children with special needs, and many others. We are grateful to all who have made this event come to lifeâ€”our committee, JCC Board of Directors and JCC staff and all of you for showing your support of the tremendous work that the JCCGW does day in and out. Most of all, we want to extend our warmest congratulations to Norma Lee and Morton Funger on receiving the 2014 Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement. Their commitment to our community is unparalleled and we are all the better for their efforts. Thank you for being here with us tonight to support the JCCGW and celebrate our community.
Tracy Bloom Schwartz and Alan Schwartz
SPRING GALA COMMITTEE Event Chairs Tracy Bloom Schwartz and Alan Schwartz
Honorary Committee Sue and Doug Ader Nan and David Bender Howard Bender+ Joy and S. Robert Cohen+ Marcy*+ and Neil Cohen+ Stuart Eizenstat*+ Holly Funger Susie+ and Michael Gelman+
Alma+ and The Honorable Joseph+ Gildenhorn Cathy and Michael* Gildenhorn Rosalyn Levy Jonas*+ and Gary F. Jonas Irene and Edward Kaplan*+ Deena+ and Jerry+ Kaplan Arlene and Robert Kogod*+
Phyllis+zâ€?l and Philip Margolius*+ Lydia and William McClain Amy and Alan Meltzer Melanie and Paul Nichols Julie+ and David+ Silver Eve and Andy Stern*+ Carol and Michael Winer *Denotes JCCGW Past President + Denotes Past Ourisman Recipient
Host Committee Renee and Gilly Arie Carolyn and Brent Berger Mindy and Lou Berger Martha and Stuart Bindeman Roz and Rob Black Heidi and Michael Brodsky Tina and Andy Bridge Monique and Brad Buckles Jessica and Andy Chod Jodi and Scott Cohen* Norma and Dean Eisen Karen and Bobby Epstein Janice and Brian Feldman Carole and Barry Forman* Annette and Bernie Forseter Harriet and Greg Friedman Arlen and Brian Gaines Laura and Douglas Gansler Lisie and Michael Gottdenker Amy Guberman Nina and Neil Gurvitch Lesley* and Fred Israel
Kerry Iris and Eric Kassoff Holli Beckerman Jaffe and Matt Jaffe Robyn and David Judelsohn Michael Kay Samuel Lehrman* Judy and Mark Lerner Judie and Harry Linowes* Elyse and Jeff Linowes Robyn and Steve Lustig* Linda and Larry Mann Randi and Marty Meyrowitz Pamela Nadell and Edward Farber Mia and Brian Pearlstein Robin Taub and Michael Pfeifer Carolyn Goldman and Sydney M. Polakoff* Barbara and Robert Phillips Anita and Arthur Polott Meredith and Adam Polsky Jodi and Richard Reff*
Terry and Howard Ross Helen and David Rubin Heather and Andrew Sachs Joanna and Reed Sexter Pamela and Darryl Shrock Lisa and Andy Shulman Kathy Sklar and Paul Love Beth* and Leonard Sloan Audrey and Marc Solomon Susan and Brad Stillman Helene and John VerStandig* Ellen Kagan Waghelstein and David Waghelstein Joanna and Jeff Waldstreicher Samantha Wasserman Robin and Matthew Weinberg Janyse and Bernie Weisz* Carol and Michael Winer Donald Wolpe* Sharon and Jeremy Zissman Susan and Alan Zuckerman
*JCCGW Past President
BENJAMIN OURISMAN MEMORIAL AWARD FOR CIVIC ACHIEVEMENT RECIPIENTS 1958-2014
Agnes MeyerZ”/ Minnie GoldsmithZ”/ Morris CafritzZ”/ Cecil D. KaufmanZ”/ Walter TobrinerZ”/ Joseph OttensteinZ”/ Hymen GoldmanZ”/ Milton S. Kronheim, Sr.Z”/ Simon HirshmanZ”/ Charles E. SmithZ”/ Rabbi Isidore BreslauZ”/ The Service Guild of Washington Dr. Seymour Alpert Morton H. WilnerZ”/ Bernard S. WhiteZ”/ George H. HurwitzZ”/ Alma L. Gildenhorn Robert H. SmithZ”/ Norman Bernstein Richard EnglandZ”/ Dr. Leon Gerber Herschel Blumberg Samuel DweckZ”/ Robert P. Kogod Rosalie GerberZ”/ Melvin S. CohenZ”/ Jerome J. DickZ”/ Joel Breslau
David Lloyd KreegerZ”/ Joseph B. Gildenhorn Saul I. SternZ”/ Morris RodmanZ”/ Jack KayZ”/ Abe PollinZ”/ Paul Berger Aaron GoldmanZ”/ Joy and S. Robert Cohen SondraZ”/ and Howard Bender Edward H. Kaplan Geraldine Polinger Philip N. Margolius Stuart E. Eizenstat Sheldon S. Cohen Estelle Sody GelmanZ”/ Ambassador Max KampelmanZ”/ Anne ReichZ”/ Rabbi Matthew Simon Andrew M. Stern Deena and Jerry Kaplan Phyllis MargoliusZ”/ Rabbi Joshua O. Haberman Rosalyn Levy Jonas Julie and David Silver Susie and Michael Gelman Marcy and Neil Cohen Norma Lee and Morton Funger Z”/
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BENJAMIN OURISMAN MEMORIAL AWARD FOR CIVIC ACHIEVEMENT of the National Gallery of Art. He is also a member of the board of directors for the Foundation of Georgetown University Hospital and also serves on the board of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. Committed to Israel and the Jewish people, Mr. Funger has served as vice president and president of American Friends of Hebrew University (AFHU) in Washington, D.C. Together, he and his wife received AFHU’s prestigious Scopus Award in 2007. He has been active as a past president of the Greater Washington Jewish Community Foundation and general chair of the Israel Bonds Norma Lee and Morton Funger The JCCGW is pleased to honor Norma Lee and Morton Funger with the Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement. The Ourisman Award has been presented for over 50 years to those individuals whose efforts and achievements have improved life in our community. The Fungers join an illustrious group of philanthropists and humanitarians who have previously received this award. The Fungers have been prominent figures in the Washington, D.C. political and public service arena for more than three decades. They are known and respected for their dedication and leadership in a wide array of civic, cultural and Jewish communal causes. Morton Funger is a graduate of The George Washington University and an emeritus member of the board of trustees of the University. With 50 years of real estate development experience in the Washington metropolitan area, he holds many roles in various civic, charitable and industry-related organizations, including principal of the Condur Corporation; chairman of the board of Community Realty Company, Inc.; a member of the Mayo Clinic Greater D.C. Council; and a member of the trustees council
Norma Lee Funger has been in the real estate business for 27 years. She has served the arts in many roles, including as a member of the board and nominating committee of the National Symphony Orchestra, the national and international committees for the Performing Arts at the Kennedy Center, the Leadership Benefactors and Laureates Circle of the Kennedy Center, as a commissioner for the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the trustees council for the National Gallery of Art and its collectors’ committee, and as a board member of the Washington Performing Arts Society, serving on the Society’s impresarios and nominating committees. Ms. Funger also serves on the foundation board of the Children’s Hospital National Medical Center. President Barack Obama appointed Norma Lee to become a member of the Board of Trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. They have been long-time supporters of George Washington University which included the renovation of the Norma Lee and Morton I. Funger Hall, named in 1986. The Fungers have four children, one of whom, Scott Funger, died in 2012 and the Fungers endowed the W. Scott Funger Memorial Scholarship in his memory at the GW University School of Law. 7
Some facts about the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
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The JCC of Greater Washington was founded in 1913 and celebrated its Centennial in 2013. Center membership is comprised of over 4,500 members. Membership is open to everyone, regardless of race, religion, age or ability. Most programs, classes and services are open to non-members as well as members. Our 120,000 square foot building located in Rockville, Maryland is the one of the largest metropolitan JCCs in the country and the largest JCC in the Washington area. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Health & Fitness Center features 40,000 square feet of the latest exercise equipment, plus a full gymnasium and indoor and outdoor pools. The Gildenhorn/Speisman Center for the Arts welcomes over 25,000 patrons each year. Our 290-seat Kreeger Auditorium houses concerts, lectures, movies and community celebrations, and has recently undergone a $430,000 renovation. Over 200 students are enrolled in the nationally accredited JCCGW Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten. We log approximately 2,500 visits to the Center each day; Nearly 1,000,000 visits each year. The JCCGW is one of the largest local beneficiary agencies of The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. More than 2,000 senior adults enjoy a variety of programming and services facilitated by the Center throughout the year. We provide nearly 10,000 hot kosher lunches to seniors in need each year. Our Gateways program provides newcomers from the Former Soviet Union with a wide range of educational and cultural activities as they transition to life in America. Our recently renovated Computer Resource Center features computer classes for adults and children including an intergenerational class where teen volunteers teach seniors how to email and use the Internet. The Goldman Art Gallery hosts a wide variety of exhibits throughout the year displaying the work of local, national and international artists. The Teen Center attracts young people with its activities, big screen television, computers and games. Camp JCC features a nationally recognized inclusion program for children with special needs. The annual JCCGW Book Festival hosts over 25 authors each year and is one of the largest JCC Book Festivals in the world. The Center hosts an annual Jewish Film Festival featuring the latest releases in Jewish and Israeli cinema. More than 400 men, women and teens serve as volunteers for Center committees, programs and events.
STATE OF MARYLAND OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR MARTIN O’MALLEY GOVERNOR STATE HOUSE 100 STATE CIRCLE ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND 21401-1925 (410) 974-3901 (TOLL FREE) 1-800-811-8336 TTY USERS CALL VIA MD RELAY GOVERNOR.O’MALLEY@MARYLAND.GOV
A MESSAGE FROM GOVERNOR MARTIN O’MALLEY
Dear Friends: Welcome to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington’s Spring Gala and congratulations to Norma Lee and Morton Funger for receiving the prestigious Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement. Honoring our communities and the traditions that define our heritage is an important aspect of building a brighter, better future for the next generation. The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington is one organization that strives to exemplify this belief. As citizens who are actively engaged in the community, the Fungers have worked with JCCGW make Maryland a better place to live through their dedication to civic and charitable organizations. Thank you to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington and the Fungers for all that you do. The skills and talents of our citizens make Maryland a great state. On behalf of all Marylanders, I thank you for your continued efforts and please accept my best wishes for a successful and enjoyable event. Sincerely,
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20850
March 19, 2014
Dear Friends: On behalf of the residents of Montgomery County, it is my great pleasure to extend warm greetings to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington as you confer the prestigious Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement to Norma Lee and Morton Funger. You always bring local leaders, activists and philanthropists together for these occasions that make it a grand celebration. The Fungers have been prominent figures in the Washington, D.C. political and public service arena for more than three decades. Morton Funger is a graduate of The George Washington University and an emeritus member of the board of trustees of the University. With 50 years of real estate development experience, he holds many roles in various civic, charitable and industry. Norma Lee Funger has been in the real estate business fro 27 years and has served the arts in many roles, including as a member of the board of the National Symphony Orchestra, on various committees for the Performing Arts at the Kennedy Center, a commissioner for the Smithsonian American Art Museum, on the trustees council for the National Gallery of Art, and as a board member of the Washington Performing Arts Society. President Barack Obama appointed Norma Lee to become a member of the Board of Trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Morton Funger has served as Vice President and President of American Friends of Hebrew University (AFHU) in Washington, D.C. Together, they received AFHUâ€™s prestigious Scopus Award in 2007. They have also been long-time supporters of George Washington University which included the renovation of the Norma Lee and Morton I. Funger Hall, named in 1988. It is with pride and gratitude that I extend warmest congratulations to Morton and Norma Lee Funger. Everyone present has good cause to celebrate their contributions, to feel blessed being together and to leave better prepared to be a blessing to others. Sincerely,
Isiah Leggett County Executive www.montgomerycountymd.gov
DOUGLAS F. GANSLER Attorney General
KATHERINE WINFREE Chief Deputy Attorney General JOHN B. HOWARD, JR. Deputy Attorney General
STATE OF MARYLAND OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL March 8, 2012
Dear Friends: It is both a privilege and a pleasure to be able to welcome you to this wonderful occasion presented to us by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. Tonight, the honors belong to two good friends of mine, Norma Lee and Morton Funger who will jointly receive the Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement. Norma Lee has been a most amazing friend to the entire Washington, DC community and, indeed through her philanthropic work, the entire country. Her decades of dedication in support of the visual arts, the performing arts, education, healthcare, social service and much more would result in a list too long for one page. Nor could words do justice to the scope and meaning of this work. It will have to suffice to say that Norma Lee’s energy and hard work has enriched numerous lives, transformed communities, and made the world a better place. Standing with Norma Lee for over 60 years has been Morton - Morty - a true mensch. He truly is the embodiment of the definition: “someone to admire and emulate, someone of noble character.” To put it more plainly, Morty is a “stand-up guy with the qualities one would hope for in a friend or trusted colleague.” Neither I nor the Jewish community could ask for a better friend and champion. Tonight, you will hear much about this couple and their lives of service locally, nationally and internationally. Theirs are lives more than worthy of the prestigious honor they receive this evening. Congratulations to you both and to the JCCGW for this magnificent celebration of two of the finest people it has been my pleasure to know. Sincerely,
Douglas F. Gansler Attorney General
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March 19, 2014 Dear Friends: I wish to extend my sincerest congratulations and warmest greetings to each and every one of you as we gather this evening to celebrate another successful Spring Gala. I am so very pleased that this year you will be honoring Norma Lee and Morton Funger with the Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement. The Fungers have made an immeasurable impact on Montgomery County and the region through their decades of steadfast political and public service. The Fungers are the perfect embodiment of the values that are at the heart of our faith and community – “tikkun olam.” Because of their shining example and the tireless work of so many of you in this room tonight, our community is indeed rich in the spirit of service, inclusion, and compassion. Thank you for everything you do to help build a stronger Montgomery County. I look forward to continue partnering with you in this important work. Best regards,
Roger Berliner Montgomery County Council District 1
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The Past Presidents and Council of Advisors of the JCC of Greater Washington are honored to present
Norma Lee and Morton Funger with the Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement Our heartfelt thanks for all you do in our community! PAST PRESIDENTS Marcy Cohen Scott Cohen Stuart Eizenstat Barry Forman Michael Gildenhorn Lesley Israel Rosalyn Levy Jonas Edward Kaplan Robert Kogod Samuel Lehrman
Harry Linowes Steve Lustig Philip Margolius Sydney Polakoff Richard Reff, MD Beth Sloan Andrew Stern John VerStandig Bernard M. Weisz Donald Wolpe
COUNCIL OF ADVISORS Daniel Abramowitz David Bender Stuart Bindeman Dean Eisen Bernard Forseter Greg Friedman Eric Kassoff 22
Michael Kay Mark Lerner Jeffrey Linowes Larry Mann Alan Meltzer Pamela Nadell Robert Phillips
Howard Ross Julie Silver Kathy Sklar Marc Solomon Robin B. Taub Susan Zuckerman
The Board of Directors of the JCC of Greater Washington Congratulates
Norma Lee and Morton Funger On this well-deserved honor!
OFFICERS Bradley C. Stillman, President Robyn Judelsohn, Vice President for Administration /Treasurer Heidi Hookman Brodsky, Vice President for Development Mindy Berger, Vice President for Member Services Arthur Polott, Vice President for Programming Neil Gurvitch, Vice President, General Counsel Felicia K. Gottdenker, Secretary Andrew Chod, Assistant Secretary Brian Pearlstein, Assistant Treasurer Monique Buckles, Ombudsperson EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Robert G. Epstein
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Gilly Arie Brent Berger, MD Robert I. Black Nathan Bortnick Andrew Bridge Brian Gaines The Honorable Douglas F. Gansler
Amy Guberman Holli Beckerman Jaffe Randi K. Meyrowitz Adam Polsky Helen Rubin Andrew Sachs Tracy Bloom Schwartz
Reed Sexter Darryl Shrock Andrew P. Shulman David Waghelstein The Honorable Jeff Waldstreicher Samantha Wasserman Sharon Zissman 23
The JCC of Greater Washington is proud to present the Benjamin Ourisman Award for Civic Achievement to
We admire your passionate commitment to making the world a better place for everyone. Your years of service to the local, national and international Jewish communities, and your tireless service to and support of our community, have earned you a prominent place as a member of the illustrious group of philanthropists, humanitarians and community activists who have received this award. Michael Feinstein, Chief Executive Officer, JCC of Greater Washington & The Staff of the JCC of Greater Washington 24
Their love for each other, their family and community is everything to
Mort and Norma Lee. We honor them and are blessed to be loved by them.
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Norma Lee and Morton Funger, The 2014 Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement Recipients Thank you for your friendship and for all you do in our community!
Bender Foundation, Inc. Howard M. Bender Julie and David Silver David and Nan Bender Barbara Bender Eileen and Richard Greenberg Jason A. Belinkie
To our good friends Norma Lee and Morty Mazel tov on this honor.
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NORMA LEE AND MORTY FUNGER ON A WELL DESERVED HONOR
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The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and the United Jewish Endowment Fund are proud to join the JCC of Greater Washington in honoring
Norma Lee and Morton Funger What a profound difference you make in our Jewish community. Your dedication embodies the values we hold dear to ensure a strong and vibrant future for generations to come.
Todah Rabah for all that you do!
Liza Levy President
Steven A. Rakitt Executive Vice President & CEO
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington is a proud supporter of the programs and services of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington.
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Dear Norma Lee & Morty,
Congratulations on receiving the Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement. You are incredible role models for us and we are inspired by your passion and commitment to our community.
Janyse, Bernie, Ian, Ali & Jordan Weisz
Norma Lee and Morty on receiving the Benjamin Ourisman Memorial Award for Civic Achievement We are so thrilled for you! Cathy and Michael Gildenhorn Carol and Michael Winer
We congratulate the Fungers on this honor and our thanks for all you have done to enhance our community.
Susan and Brad Stillman
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Norma Lee and Morton Funger on receiving the Benjamin Ourisman Award Your devotion to the entire community and to humanity are a model for us all. You never cease to amaze us with your support and generosity. You are an inspiration not only to us but to all who know you. With love and admiration, Joy and Bob Cohen
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to Norma Lee and Morton Funger from your friends and colleagues at the George Washington University. For decades, the Fungers have shown dedication and devotion to Washington, D.C.â€™s artistic, cultural, civic, educational, and Jewish communities through their leadership and philanthropy. Without their support, the city and its beloved institutions would not be where they are today. This recognition is a testament to years of great work, passion, and generous giving to the city, its people, and its causes.
Congratulations to the Fungers. Our thanks to the Spring Gala Committee for your help in making this event a success. Tracy Bloom Schwartz and Alan Schwartz
Congratulations to the Fungers on a well-deserved honor. They are truly a great asset to the Washington community. Ed and Loretta Downey
Mazel Tov to
Norma Lee and Morty Funger For this recognition of their contribution to our communityâ€Ś. And wishing continued success to our Jewish Community Center â€“ the heart of our community. Beth and Leonard Sloan
Morty and Norma Lee, Over the years you have set an example for all of us who aspire to do good for the community. You not only have done wonderful things in the Jewish community but you have helped the general community as well. You inspire us with your deeds. We are all better for it.
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Congratulations Norma Lee and Morty on this well-deserved award! You make our community a better place for everyone. Ryna Cohen Marcy and Neil Cohen
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TRIBUTE LISTINGS Norma Lee and Morty Funger are a very special and wonderful couple. Love, Gloria and Alvin Bernstein ---------------------------------------------------------------We love you Norma Lee and Morty for who you are, and what you do. Joy and Howard Isaacson ---------------------------------------------------------------Our deep appreciation for your generosity which enriches us all! We celebrate you Miriam and Mike Cramer ---------------------------------------------------------------Mazel Tov Mr. and Mrs. Funger â€“ Your support of the JCCGW is deeply appreciated. Jodi and Scott Cohen ---------------------------------------------------------------Congratulations on your honor. Harold and Jane Rodman ---------------------------------------------------------------Congratulations to Norma Lee and Morton Funger for all of their achievements, and congratulations to the JCC for a century of service to our community! Mindy and Lou Berger and Family ---------------------------------------------------------------Congratulations Morty and Norma Lee on one more well-deserved award. Iâ€™m so proud of you. Geraldine Pillzer ---------------------------------------------------------------Honoring Michael Feinstein, a great professional. Evan and Jodi Krame
THE JCCGW THANKS OUR SPRING GALA SPONSORS*! *Donors who have contributed $1250 to the JCCGW Spring Gala as of March 7, 2014
Bender Foundation, Inc. Howard Bender Julie and David Silver Nan and David Bender Barbara Bender Eileen and Richard Greenberg Jason A. Belinkie
Amy and Alan Meltzer Janyse and Bernie Weisz ----------------------------------------------------------------
Arlene and Robert Kogod Norma Lee and Morton Funger
The Ochsman Foundation, Inc. Lisa and John Ourisman Susan and Brad Stillman
---------------------------------------------------------------Arlene and Harvey Cherner Ed and Loretta Downey Frann and Eric Francis George Washington University Alma and the Honorable Joseph B. Gildenhorn Lisie and Michael Gottdenker Grossberg, Yochelson, Fox & Beyda, LLP Ellen and Stuart Lessans Joan Bialek and Louis Levitt Linda and Kenneth Pollin Foundation, Inc. Melanie and Larry Nussdorf Tracy Bloom Schwartz and Alan Schwartz Helene and John VerStandig Every effort has been made to accurately list each donor. We apologize for any omissions or errors. If you have any questions or corrections, please contact Development Director Tasha Museles at 301.348.3815 or email@example.com.
THANK YOU TO ALL OF THOSE WHO HAVE GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED THE JCCGW ALL YEAR LONG* *Donors who have contributed $5,000+ to JCCGW programs and events from July 1, 2012 through March 3, 2014. Aaron & Cecile Goldman Family Foundation Wendi and Daniel Abramowitz Esthy and James Adler Aid Association for the Blind Annette M. and Theodore N. Lerner Family Foundation Lerner • Cohen • Tanenbaum families Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County Lila Asher Holli Beckerman and Matthew Jaffe The Bender Foundation, Inc. Howard Bender Julie and David Silver Nan and David Bender Barbara Bender Eileen and Richard Greenberg Jason Belinkie Mindy and Louis Berger Carol and Gary Berman BP Products North America, Inc. Katherine and David Bradley Monique and Brad Buckles Charles E. Smith Family Foundation Robert P. Kogod David Bruce Smith Children’s Charities Foundation, Inc. Gail and Paul Chod Jessica and Andrew Chod Clark Construction Group, LLC Jodi and Scott Cohen Coughlin Inc. Cora and John H. Davis Foundation Gary Day Debbie and Brad Dockser EagleBank Elaine Gorbach Levine Foundation Karen and Robert Epstein Norma and Dean Eisen Franz”l and the Honorable Stuart Eizenstat Richard Eskin Estelle Friedman Gervis Family Foundation Fred S. and Celia Kogod Foundation Inc. Fredrick D. and Karen G. Schaufeld Family Foundation Darren Farber Carole and Barry Forman Gali Services Inc. Gildenhorn-Speisman Family Foundation Alma and the Honorable Joseph B. Gildenhorn Cathy and Michael Gildenhorn Blanche Speisman
Brenda and Robert Speisman Stephanie and Ian Speisman Carol and Michael Winer Carol Brown Goldberg and Henry Goldberg Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International Wendy and Sol Gordon Felicia and Michael Gottdenker Michelle Waldman and Charles Gross Nina and Neil Gurvitch Rita and Richard Helgeson Sheila and Seymour Herman Shelley and Alan Holt Kerry Iris and Eric Kassoff Jane and Robert Isaacson Jerome A. and Deena L. Kaplan Family Foundation Jewish Foundation for Group Homes Betty Kerns Ellen and Stuart Lessans Helene R. Weisz and Richard Lieberman Molly Meegan and Abbe David Lowell Maryland State Arts Council Amy and Alan Meltzer Estate of Gary Meltzer Randi and Martin Meyrowitz Joyce and Nelson Migdal Monumental Sports and Entertainment Montgomery County Morningstar Foundation Susie and Michael Gelman Tasha and Scott Museles National Council of Jewish Women, Montgomery County Section National Inclusion Project Nauticon Imaging System Melanie and Lawrence Nussdorf Lisa and John Ourisman Dorothy B. Passer Joy and Ron Paul Mia and Brian Pearlstein Barbara and Robert Phillips Joel Plotkin Carolyn and Sydney Polakoff Anita and Arthur Polott Prince George’s County Kathy and Thomas Raffa Norma and Russell Ramsey Robert P. and Arlene R. Kogod Family Foundation Idelle and Gerald Rosenberg Terry and Howard Ross
Helen and David Rubin Ryna and Melvin Cohen Family Foundation Ryna Cohen Marcy and Neil Cohen Diane and Howard Zack Theresa and Mark Cohen Heather and Andrew Sachs Semilia Sack Estate of Norton Savage Tracy Bloom Schwartz and Alan Schwartz SecTek, Inc. Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram, PC Joanna and Reed Sexter Lissa and Andrew Shorr Pamela and Darryl Shrock Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, P.A. Ellen and Gerald Sigal Douglas Silverman Jennifer and Neal Simon Doris and Sanford Slavin Beth and Leonard Sloan Audrey and Marc Solomon State of Maryland Chong Chu and Ralph Stavins Susan and Bradley Stillman Marcia and Barry Strauss Jonathan Tepper The Isadore and Bertha Gudelsky Family Foundation, Inc. Arlene Gudelsky Kaufman Shelley Gudelsky Mulitz Michael T. Friedman Laura Gudelsky Mulitz The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington The Maven Group The Samuel and Robert Decker Foundation The Seremet Family Foundation United Jewish Endowment Fund United Way of the National Capital Area US Department of Homeland Security Helene and John VerStandig Robin and Matthew Weinberg Janyse and Bernard Weisz Wiley Rein LLP World Bank Community Connections Fund Diane and Howard Zack Cindy and Richard Zitelman
Every effort has been made to accurately list each donor. We apologize for any omissions or errors. If you have any questions or corrections, please contact Development Director Tasha Museles at 301.348.3815 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tracy and Alan A big thank you for your leadership and commitment to making the JCCGWâ€™s Spring Gala a big success! We could not have done it without you. With thanks, The JCCGW Development Team
THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SUPPORTERS