2014 Federation Campaign on the move: Together, we do extraordinary things
Major Gifts champagne brunch speaker exemplifies how one person can make a difference every day
Dottie Bennett spends her life making a difference, and thanks to her efforts, the world is a better place.
How much of a difference can one woman make? Come to the 2014 Federation Campaign Major Gifts Sunday Champagne Brunch on November 3 at 10:30 a.m. at the Starks Building to meet Dottie Bennett and find out.
“She’s a role model for everyone who ever met her,” Stew Bromberg, Jewish Federation of Louisville vice president and chief development officer said, “and her keynote address is sure to inspire us all with her passion and commitment to tikkun olam.”
Looking at Bennett’s biographical materials, it is easy to understand why Bromberg views her as a role model. She’s been a leader with so many organizations – local, national and international – and has such extensive accomplishments, that to list them in a single article doesn’t seem reasonable. Some of them were listed in an article in the last issue of Community, which can be found at www.jewishlouisville.org.
With your minimum commitment of $5,000 to the 2014 Campaign, you and your adult children are welcome to attend this event. Ben Gurion Society members, young adults, age 45 and under, who make a minimum commitment of $1,000, are also welcome.
A suggested contribution of $36 would be appreciated to help defray the cost of the event. A Vaad approved option is available upon advance request by October 25. $54 represents the cost of this event to the Jewish Community of Louisville. Accordingly, only the portion of contributions above this amount may be considered a charitable contribution.
Attire is coat and tie. Free valet parking will be available at the Starks Building entrance on Muhammad Ali Blvd.. Reservations are required by October 30. If you would like to attend and have not received an invitation, please contact Bromberg at 238-2755 or email@example.com