Jeffrey M. Herskowitz To Chair JCC Kids Fundraiser

May 29, 2012 – Press Releases

Jeffrey M. Herskowitz, a partner in the Atlantic City and Philadelphia offices of Fox Rothschild LLP, will chair the Margate City JCC Sports Night scheduled for June 21 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

The fundraiser will raise funds for the JCC Kids Fund and will feature keynote speaker Jon Dorenbos from the Philadelphia Eagles.

“We are excited to have Jon Dorenbos as our keynote speaker,” said Herskowitz. “Jon’s story is quite remarkable. It is a story of overcoming adversity and one that everyone should hear.”

In addition to Dorenbos, the evening will also feature Don Tellefson, former sports anchor for Fox News, who will auction off a Super Bowl package trip.

Sports enthusiasts will enjoy silent and live auctions featuring rare sports memorabilia, a putting contest with a winning reward of $25,000 and the opportunity to win many other prizes, including a Vespa Motor Scooter. Cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a BBQ dinner will be served throughout the evening.

Last year’s fundraiser raised more than $45,000 for the JCC Kids Fund.

The Milton and Betty Katz JCC focuses on fostering an appreciation of Jewish identity, values and culture, to promote the health, education and welfare of its members, to strengthen Jewish family life, to build a sense of community and ensure Jewish continuity. The center is a member of the Jewish Community Center Association and is a constituency of the United Way and Jewish Federation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties.

With more than 18 years of experience in commercial and residential real estate law, Herskowitz handles matters involving real estate acquisition, lending, tax appeals, land use and development, contracts and leasing. Over the years, he has been integral in major real estate transactions.

Herskowitz is actively involved in his community and coaches youth football and ice hockey. He also served as a coach for the Cherry Hill Soccer Association and as a Little League baseball coach for the Cherry Hill Athletic League.