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The Westchester Business and Professional Division invites you to our Spring Dinner featuring special guest Archie Gottesman, co-founder of JewBelong, which advocates for joyous Judaism and is a bold force that calls out Jew-hate through eye-catching billboards and social media.

We’ll also pay tribute to UJA’s powerful work: responding to war in Israel; rising antisemitism, poverty, and food insecurity in New York; and more.

This event is intended for donors of $500 or more to UJA’s 2024 Annual Campaign.

If you'd like to become a supporter, please contact Dana Horowitz or purchase ticket above.


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Honoree Portrait

Archie Gottesman

Co-Founder, JewBelong

Archie Gottesman launched a groundbreaking organization rebranding Judaism to make it more warm and welcoming for all. Using awareness campaigns, including billboards in Times Square, JewBelong also focuses on ending the antisemitism growing in the U.S. The awareness campaign is laser focused on getting out of the Jewish echo chamber and speaking plainly and in memorable sound bites.


Brian Belowich and Jill Greenspan

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Journal packages purchased after May 30, 2024 at 5:00 pm, will include ads IN PRINTED JOURNALS ONLY, distributed after the event.

Full Page, 4.5" wide x 7.5" high
Half Page, 4.5" wide x 3.75" high

All ads can be color or black & white. We accept only digital files as press-quality PDFs. If UJA-Federation is mentioned in the ad, please note it’s spelled with a hyphen and without the article the. Ads submitted should contain a congratulatory message and not promote or advertise a business. Ads should not include crop marks or any printers marks.

For more information on the commemorative digital journal or to make a payment by check, please contact Erica Wohlstadter.

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