Jewish National Fund-USA’s Love of Israel Brunch to Celebrate Israel at 75

ORLANDO, Fla., November 11, 2022 — If you can’t get to Israel, the next best thing is Jewish National Fund-USA’s Love of Israel Brunch, a free community event, that will take place on Sunday, January 22, 2023, at 10:00 am at the Hilton Altamonte Springs.


In addition to celebrating the Jewish Homeland’s monumental milestone, the event, which is the first Jewish National Fund-USA program hosted in Orlando since 2020, will feature keynote speaker Liel Leibovitz, Tablet Magazine’s editor-at-large and co-host of Unorthodox, the world’s leading Jewish podcast, which offers listeners a fresh and fun take on Jewish news, ideas, and culture. Leibovitz frequently pens articles on politics, culture, and religion. His work has been published in various highly acclaimed publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and others.


Liel Leibovitz speaking at JNF-USA's Naples Breakfast for Israel

Liel Leibovitz speaking at JNF-USA's Naples Breakfast for Israel


“Join us for this festive brunch celebrating the land and people of Israel, right here in Orlando,” said JNF-USA Orlando Board President, Michael Beim. “Israel may be turning 75, but Jewish National Fund-USA has been supporting and impacting the land and people of Israel and Jewish people everywhere for more than 120 years. We’re thrilled to bring such a large in-person event to Central Florida that is free and open to all community members who love and support our homeland and are excited to gather as a community once again.”


Register at or contact Joshua Mellits, Director, Western Florida and Orlando at or 941.462.1330 x865.



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About Jewish National Fund-USA

JNF-USA is the leading philanthropic organization for Israel that supports critical environmental and nation-building activities in Israel’s north and south. Through its One Billion Dollar Roadmap for the Next Decade, JNF-USA is developing new communities in the Galilee and Negev, connecting the next generation to Israel, and creating infrastructure and programs that support ecology, individuals with special needs, and heritage site preservation.