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 BRING JEWISH LEARNING TO LIFE, by Jennifer Levine

ATIDIM are generous people who are optimistic about our future as a Jewish community and who entrust The Partnership with their investment to Bring Jewish Learning to Life.

ATIDIM donors are recognized for an investment of either

a)  A minimum unrestricted gift of $5,000 per year for at least 3 consecutive future years (total $15,000 or more), or

b) A minimum unrestricted endowment of $25,000.

ATIDIM donors are honored with

  • Permanent recognition on a plaque adjacent to the “Bring Jewish Learning to Life” mural at The Partnership
  • A personalized facsimile of the “Bring Jewish Learning to Life” mural
  • Recognition on this special page of The Partnership’s website
  • Invitations to periodic social or issue-oriented gatherings of interest.

 The Partnership is pleased to honor our ATIDIM

 

Gary Aidekman Family Foundation

Jody and Jonathan Caplan

Ellen and Alan Goldner

Paula and Jerry Gottesman

Archie Gottesman and Gary DeBode

Stacey and Alan Kirshenbaum

Lawrence Rein

Ira A. Roschelle M.D. Family Foundation

Sharon and Jimmy Schwarz

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For more information about your investment through ATIDIM please email Robert Lichtman or call 973-929-2950 

 

J E N N I F E R    L E V I N E

Jennifer created “BRING JEWISH LEARNING TO LIFE” as a commissioned work of art to recognize ATIDIM donors to The Partnership.  The mural measures 4 feet high by 8 feet wide and is on permanent view at The Partnership’s offices in Whippany, NJ.

Jennifer Levine lives and creates in Montclair, NJ at her Church Street studio. She has a BA in Jewish Studies from UMASS/Amherst, and also completed a two year conservatory program at the San Francisco School of Circus Arts. Levine has worked as a classroom teacher in private schools for over twenty years. Children know and love her Princess Moxie performance and book series. Her theme-portraits and large scale paintings on canvas and wood convey the same whimsical themes of her publications, recordings and performance art. 




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