The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous provides financial support to more than 600 non-Jews who rescued Jews during the Holocaust and preserves their legacy through a national education program.
YAD Group photo at the Mets game
The Young Associates Division (YAD) was founded to engage young adults while promoting and supporting the mission of The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous through community service, educational and social networking events. YAD's inaugural event in the spring of 2009 was attended by over 200 young professionals. Annually, YAD enjoys watching a Mets game from a private box at Citi Field. The YAD Mets game tickets always sell out very quickly, so sign up by clicking here to receive emails to find out exactly when the tickets go on sale. YAD members are offered Young Associates tickets to the JFR's annual dinner at a very special price. YAD fills about four tables at the dinner every year. Tickets to the dinner will be sold online through our website - signing up for YAD emails is the best way to find out when dinner tickets go on sale. Like YAD on Facebook by clicking here. You can sign up to receive YAD news and events emails by clicking here.The YAD Board is comprised of:Jason Schulweis (Chair)Dara ZadikowSydney MaiselCaroline RubinDanielle SchulweisMike BagliebterAndrew StraitmanJeremy BotwinickKate HerronLara FoxLee NussbaumStephanie BloomJennifer Bloom
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Jason Schulweis, YAD Board Chair, and Alex GoldbergerYAD Watching the game, June 2011Larissa Shulman and Agnieszka Perzan, June 2010
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