The latest happenings at ORT America.
ORT and the City @ State Savings Bank
The ORT and The City online auction preview will begin on Thursday, October 15th. Bidding will begin on Sunday, October 18th at 10:00 a.m. and end on Wednesday, October 21st at 10:00 p.m. You must register (registration is free) to preview and bid. Registration link will be available once the auction preview goes live.
Be sure to follow ORT Michigan on social media or visit www.ortamerica.org/ort-and-the-city for links and updates. Artwork can be shipped nationwide at the winner’s expense. For more information, please contact the ORT Michigan office at 248-723-8860 or email@example.com.
A 15-minute celebration prior to the zoom OA annual meeting. We will acknowledge 50 years of ORT in Atlanta, 30 years of Honey from the Heart, and 10 years of the Joe Cohen Fund.
More info to come…
Be INSPIRED by a review of our accomplishments, especially at a time when we have been facing so many challenges. Howard Lanznar, Chairman of the Board, will reflect on 2020 and recognize those who have made a difference this year.
LEARN about our exciting path to the future from Barbara Birch, ORT America President and CEO and Dan Green, World ORT Director General and CEO, as they deliver the new strategic vision built on the three pillars of Education for Successful Employment; Jewish Values; and Global Citizenship. Their plan will guide us forward for the next five years.
EXPERIENCE ORT’s impact firsthand during breakout sessions with amazing ORT students and alumni who will share their personal stories of how they are successfully advancing in their education thanks to the ORT teachers who were able to pivot to online learning almost seamlessly.
Watch for announcements about additional programming and video presentations you won’t want to miss!
If you haven’t joined us in recent years or if you have never attended an ORT Annual Meeting, this is your year. No need to pack a suitcase. Simply register for your ticket to the future. Your participation will strengthen our bonds with each other while sending a message of hope to our more than 300,000 students across the globe to help them realize their dreams.
For more information, please contact Tracy Weiss, Director of Development • firstname.lastname@example.org
This high energy “girls-night out” attracts 400 ladies of all generations from Walled Lake to Bloomfield Hills, from Birmingham to Huntington Woods. Play 10 rounds of BINGO, with prizes valued at $100 or more, including cash and gift cards, and enjoy a fabulous strolling dinner, signature cocktails, a silent auction with a diverse selection of items, and 30 raffles with highly desired prizes.
Join us to honor ORT’s Heroes, our teachers, and view the live dedication of the Science & Technology building at the K’far Silver Youth Village in Israel.
Please support ORT Ohio by acknowledging a local hero who has impacted your life during COVID-19 pandemic: Healthcare workers, teachers, neighbors, clergy, friends or family members.
Each honoree will receive a tribute card notifying them of your gift. During the November 8th virtual event you, and your hero, will be identified in an honor listing. An ad in the Cleveland Jewish News will also recognize you and your hero.
Silent auction featuring 50 one-of-a-kind works of art designed by both emerging and nationally recognized Atlanta artists. Photographers, painters, and artists of other mediums, hand-selected and sponsored by local art collectors, will be challenged to create an original design which will then be auctioned off at the event.
The event includes dinner, wine tasting, open bar and live music.
Camp Hermelin @ The Hermelin Estate
Tug-of-War, s’mores, arts and crafts, sports and so many more camp favorites are available to participants at Camp Hermelin – a day of camp fun on the grounds of Doreen Hermelin’s home, featuring activities run by local day and overnight camps and activity-based companies.
Bring your kids, bring your grandchildren – this fun-filled day offers activities for every child whether or not they attend camp, and for those who do attend camp at one of the participating camps, an ideal opportunity to reunite with your camp friends and favorite counselors and directors.