National Photo Gallery
Labor Mission to Israel, December 2016
Honorees of our March 2017 Gala in D.C. visit our projects
German Consulate Lunch Reception, November 8th
Breakfast Reception with Ambassador Dani Dayan, Counsel General of Israel in NY and Mayor Benny Kashriel of Mal'aleh Adumim, November 16
Hope at Ahava Award Dinner in Baltimore
Ma’aleh Adumim Youth Symphony
Mission to Israel 2015
Dedication of the George & Irina Schaeffer Theatre for the Arts in Ma’ale Adumim, October 11, 2015
Cocktail Party hosted by Izzy and Sharon Feldman to Benefit Bnai Zion Medical Center
On May 3 2015, Izzy and Sharon Feldman hosted a cocktail reception in their Bethesda, Maryland home on behalf of the Bnai Zion Foundation. The Feldmans have devoted themselves to Jewish causes and Israel in the capacity of philanthropists, leaders, visionaries and professionals. Among the attendees were a number of prominent members of Greater Washington, DC Jewish community. The event benefitted the Bnai Zion Medical Center in Haifa.
Congressional Reception for Medical Center, April 29, 2015
Bnai Zion Foundation held its first ever congressional reception in the Rayburn House Office building on Wednesday, April 29, 2015. A group of some 50 legislators and legislative staff, policy makers, educators, embassy representatives, hospital officials, homeland security experts, and disaster and threat specialists gathered to support the hospital's new emergency room security initiative.
Bnai Zion Holds First Event in Washington, DC
Bnai Zion hosted its first event in Washington, DC on September 10, at the home of Marcia Nirenstein and David Miller. Fifty local and international leaders attended the reception, which featured Joshua Shani of Lockheed Martin Israel, who spoke about his experiences as the pilot of the raid on Entebbe. Patrick Dewar, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin International, also spoke. Dr. Amnon Rofe, CEO of the Bnai Zion Medical Center in Haifa informed the attendees of the priority of the Medical Center, construction of a protected emergency department, and asked for their support. Jack Grunspan, Bnai Zion executive vice president, was master of ceremonies.