Women's Philanthropy Kicks Off 2019

Women's Philanthropy Kicks Off 2019

The new Lions of Judah are welcomed with a meaningful pinning ceremony. Credit: Dave Hawks

By Arielle Levy

Women’s Philanthropy Society gatherings successfully kicked off 2019, celebrating their collective giving.

The Lions of Judah welcomed Eric Fingerhut, president and CEO of Hillel International, who shared the challenges and opportunities of engaging Jewish students on college campuses. Texas Hillel is a grant recipient of the Shalom Austin Annual Campaign and is an important partner in creating Jewish leaders for the next generation.

The Pomegranate Society welcomed Dara Zycherman, owner of Less Equals More, to share decluttering tips for a clean home and mental well being. This event was held at the Container Store. ■

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