Why Sponsor the Jewish Federation of Durham-Chapel Hill/Levin JCC?
The Jewish Federation of Durham Chapel Hill, committed to create, connect and support individuals and families through cross-cultural understanding, education, social service and wellness, invites YOU to join us as a Corporate Sponsor. Through its programs and services, the Federation mobilizes human and financial resources to support and strengthen communities locally and abroad.
With exposure to more than 7,500 members of the community – neighbors, friends and business associates – YOU will gain the opportunity to expand your visibility to key market segments, raising public awareness of the services you offer. You will be recognized as a socially responsible enterprise actively involved in providing for today, building for tomorrow. Help the Federation continue to make a difference in our community and around the world.
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Event Sponsorship Opportunities
An annual speaker series and networking event for anyone from the young (mid-20’s) to the young-at-heart (70+). Through talks and interviews with business and community leaders who have ties to the Durham-Chapel Hill Jewish community, the Jewish Federation of Durham-Chapel Hill hopes to provide a unique venue to promote corporate social responsibility, community building, and continuing education. Just one of the many ways Federation involve 250 people annually in professional and intellectual engagement.
KIDDUSH CUP GOLF TOURNAMENT:
100+ participants tee-off on this prestigious golf course, a great way to network and/or impress clients. The 13th annual Kiddush Cup Golf Tournament will take place September 11, 2017 at the Governors Club in Chapel Hill.
Mitzvah Day is a day of volunteerism and doing good deeds in the community. Over 500 members of the Jewish community take part in this annual day of service on December 25th, choosing from over 25 volunteer opportunities throughout Durham and Chapel Hill, including serving meals to the hungry, visiting the elderly and the sick, cleaning local parks, making blankets for the homeless, delivering gifts to children in need and much more!
JEWISH FOOD FESTIVAL:
This fun-filled afternoon of cuisine and culture is open to all! Indoor and outdoor food booths will serve a variety of food. This event draws over 1600 people people who mix, mingle and savor the flavors of beloved Jewish favorites.
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