Since Jeremy Rosenthal was in high school, he has been practicing the Jewish tradition of designating 1/10th of his income to tzedakah.
It was a trip a decade ago that opened Myron and Arlene Lieberman’s eyes to the power of philanthropy.
Helping others is at the core of Bruce Whizin’s family, including daughter Sarah and son-in-law Michael Schultz, and their three children.
Longtime Beverly Hills residents Lisa and Mark Schwartz exude a palpable sense of joy and enthusiasm for helping others.
Jewish continuity is a core focus of Natalie and Jonathan Gerber’s philanthropy.
For Doctors Sheryl Neuman and Mark Hyman, philanthropy is a way of Jewish life to be passed down to their children.
We want our kids to see the immediate result of helping somebody and to see how good that feels so it’s ingrained in their brains and their lives.
Our purpose in life should be to help others — be it family, community, country, or the world.
It’s only been a few years since mom’s passing. The Family Support Organization she established allows us to continue her legacy to the community.
As someone who created a Lion of Judah Endowment through The Foundation, it’s humbling to know that they’re managing what’s important to me, they understan