JCPA’s 75th Anniversary Celebration November 3rd

Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, JCPA has postponed the upcoming 75th Anniversary Celebration, Sunday, November 3rd, honoring Jason Flom, Allison Flom, and Rabbi Neil Zuckerman to the spring.

We regret the inconvenience and hope that you will be able to join us on our new date. We will reschedule the event at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and will notify you as soon as possible.

ABOUT THE HONOREES


Jason Flom
Founder and CEO of Lava Records, Lava Music Publishing, and Lava Media, Mr. Flomm is an expert on criminal justice issues and is the founding board member of the Innocence Project. He is the host of the hit podcast Wrongful Conviction, now in its ninth season, which features interviews with those who have spent decades in prison for crimes they did not commit, some even sentenced to death.


Allison Flom
A writer/director investigating the role of storytelling in social change,  Allison Flom works in theater and film, and loves stories, and comedy. Her writing hopes to replace judgment with curiosity, explores themes of justice and identity, and focuses on women. Her webseries Freelance recently premiered on YouTube. The Floms have co-written the children’s book, Lulu is a Rhinoceros, an adventure exploring identity.


Rabbi Neil Zuckerman

Rabbi Zuckerman came to Park Avenue Synagogue in 2010 as Director of Congregational Education and became Associate Rabbi in 2014. He has been a rabbinic fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem in the three-year program at the Center for Rabbinic Enrichment, studying and learning with colleagues and building relationships across the religious movements. He is also involved with bridging relationships with other communities and has a keen interest in social justice.

Sponsorship Opportunities and Tickets

Platinum — $10,000

10 Tickets to November 3rd Dinner
Recognition in Event Materials

Gold — $5,000

6 Tickets to November 3rd Dinner
Recognition in Event Materials

Silver — $2,500

4 Tickets to November 3rd Dinner
Recognition in Event Materials

Bronze — $1,000

2 Tickets to November 3rd Dinner
Recognition in Event Materials

Brass — $550

1 Ticket to November 3rd Dinner
Recognition in Event Materials

Dinner Ticket — $425

Exhibition: Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.

The largest ever exhibit on Auschwitz in the United States opened in May at the Museum. It features never-before-seen artifacts. If you are attending the JCPA event on November 3, we have arranged a special viewing of  “Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.” from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please note, a limited number of tickets are available. Read more here.

JCPA Achievements and History 1944-2019

To learn more about JCPA and its achievements over it’s 75 year history read the our Timeline: 1944-2019 Celebrating 75 Years of Community Relations and Advocacy click here.