Jacob Frydman Announces Astonishing $180,000 Donation to Jewish Foundation

Jacob Frydman Announces Astonishing $180,000 Donation to Jewish Foundation

New York City-based real estate investor and developer Jacob Frydman is proud of his own Jewish heritage, and is extending his hand to those less fortunate by pledging a massive $180,000 starting donation to the NCFJE organization. Frydman was Guest of Honor at the organization’s 76th Annual Awards Dinner, which took place at the Edison Hotel Ballroom in Manhattan, and lent enthusiastic support to the organization’s work in the Jewish community. The real estate mogul, a frequent guest on major news networks, punctuated his enthusiastic support of the NCFJE with a pledge of $180,000. The room was electrified by Frydman’s announcement and his commitment to charity, philanthropy, and kindness.

Jacob Frydman Announces Astonishing $180,000 Donation to Jewish Foundation

Jacob Frydman Announces Astonishing $180,000 Donation to Jewish Foundation
Jacob Frydman Announces Astonishing $180,000 Donation to Jewish Foundation

“I’m the kind of guy – I do things right, I do things with impact, or I don’t do them,” said Jacob Frydman, “I feel very fortunate to have discovered an organization that shares my approach.”

NCFJE was founded in 1941 by the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn to teach Torah to public school students through the Jewish Released Time Program. The organization is responsible for running 37 separate social, religious and educational programs, including Jewish Summer Camps, TOYS for Hospitalized Children, Food Pantry in Brooklyn, Anti Shmad, ILTSF (formerly known as ILTSE), and Operation Survival. In recent years, the organization has turned its focus upon the economically disadvantaged families in its home community of Crown Heights.

Jacob Frydman Announces Astonishing $180,000 Donation to Jewis h Foundation

Jacob Frydman Announces Astonishing $180,000 Donation to Jewish Foundation.
Jacob Frydman – CEO & Chairman – United Realty Advisors

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