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JNF Fundraiser for AMHSI at Soho Asian Bar & Grill in Aventura

Over 35 alumni and supporters of Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI) gathered at Soho Asian Bar & Grill in Aventura on September 10th to raise funds and bring awareness to generous challenge gift offered by AMHSI Chair, Stephen Muss. All contributions made through Jewish National Fund (JNF) to AMHSI until the end of September will be matched dollar for dollar. Over $42,000 was raised at the event where JNF’s Chief Development Officer, Rick Krosnick addressed the attendees. The event was sponsored by Soho Asian Bar & Grill owner, Jeffrey Perlow, who is also a member of the JNF Miami-Dade Board of Directors and past board president.

Please enjoy the photos below from this event.

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JEWISH NATIONAL FUND (JNF) began in 1901 as a dream and vision to reestablish a homeland in Israel for Jewish people everywhere. Jews the world over collected coins in iconic JNF Blue Boxes, purchasing land and planting trees until ultimately, their dream of a Jewish homeland was a reality. JNF gives all generations of Jews a unique voice in building a prosperous future for the land of Israel and its people.

JNF embodies both heart and action; our work is varied in scope but singular in benefit. We strive to bring an enhanced quality of life to all of Israel’s residents, and translate these advancements to the world beyond. JNF is greening the desert with millions of trees, building thousands of parks, creating new communities and cities for generations of Israelis to call home, bolstering Israel’s water supply, helping develop innovative arid-agriculture techniques, and educating both young and old about the founding and importance of Israel and Zionism.

JNF is a registered 501(c)(3) organization and United Nations NGO, which continuously earns top ratings from charity overseers.

For more information on JNF, call 888-JNF-0099 or visit


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