Israel Bonds Rockland/Bergen women’s division hosts brunch
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Israel Bonds Rockland/Bergen women’s division hosts brunch

From the top left, honorees are Yocheved Weinbach, Jane Sherwood, Kathryn Samalin, Leslie Goldress, Chany Kotlarsky, Haren Haber, Sharon Aach, Marilyn Fellows, and Carol Schiller. From the bottom left, they are Ruth Pernick, Ruth Mindick, Beth Dinowitz, Diane Fink, Estelle Eisenkraft, and Elayna Kirschtel. (Jeff Karg)
From the top left, honorees are Yocheved Weinbach, Jane Sherwood, Kathryn Samalin, Leslie Goldress, Chany Kotlarsky, Haren Haber, Sharon Aach, Marilyn Fellows, and Carol Schiller. From the bottom left, they are Ruth Pernick, Ruth Mindick, Beth Dinowitz, Diane Fink, Estelle Eisenkraft, and Elayna Kirschtel. (Jeff Karg)

Earlier this month, Israel Bonds hosted the annual Lila Stern Premiere Brunch at the Rockleigh, and honored 15 women from various synagogues and organizations. The brunch drew more than 400 people and raised more than $1.5 million dollars in bond sales and indications of interest. Brooke Goldstein, a New York City-based human rights attorney, talked about the Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law.

Development Corporation for Israel/Israel Bonds ranks among Israel’s most valued economic and strategic resources, with a record of proven success spanning nearly 70 years. Proceeds from the sale of Israel bonds have played a decisive role in Israel’s rapid evolution into a groundbreaking, global leader in high-tech, greentech, and biotech. For more information about the event or investing in Israel Bonds, email Danielle Ross at Danielle.ross@israelbonds.com or call (973) 712-1408.

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