These young women and men are no strangers to philanthropy or Jewish community leadership, they have committed their time and support to ensure that our future is brighter.
Each year we honor and recognize their work.
The Julius Rosenberg Leadership Award is presented to an emerging campaign leader, who has demonstrated successful card solicitation, motivated other workers and set a good example in making a personally meaningful gift. Dedication to and participation in The Associated community will also be considered. Nominations are provided by Associated professionals and recipients are chosen by a committee of the past award winners. This award, created to honor Julius Rosenberg by his friends and mentees, reflects his devotion to the Jewish community and improving the lives of Jews everywhere in the world.
Current recipient: Yanky Schorr
The Harry Greenstein Young Leadership Award salutes a young man and woman who have demonstrated a profound commitment and sustained leadership to The Associated, its annual campaign and the general community. These outstanding young adults have also displayed remarkable growth and leadership. Nominations are provided by Associated professionals and recipients are chosen by a committee of the past ten years of award winners. This award, made possible by the Jill Fox Memorial Fund, is named in honor of Harry Greenstein, Executive Director of The Associated from 1928-1965.
Current recipients: Sarah R. David & Isaac Pretter
The Zelda Miller Award honors young adult leaders for their dedication to The Associated’s Annual Campaign. The recipients are chosen by Campaign professionals. This honor is made possible by the friends, family and colleagues of Zelda Miller who, as administrative assistant to two Campaign directors, inspired our volunteers and staff with her enthusiasm and dedication.
Current recipient: Michael Fuld & Lauren Sibel
The Fred Walpert Young Leadership Award is presented to growing young leaders based on their involvement and effective leadership within The Associated community. Nominations are provided by Associated professionals and recipients are chosen by a committee of the past ten years of award winners. Fred Walpert was a role model and mentor, inspiring colleagues and friends to take an active role in The Associated. His personal involvement at The Associated included chairing our Israel & Overseas and Investment committees and a seat on the Board of Directors.
Current recipients: Pammy Franklin & Jordan M. Halle
The Carole Sibel Outstanding Fundraising Achievement Award is presented to an individual who has shown commitment to The Associated as a dedicated fundraiser over a significant period of time. Recognition is given to a campaigner whose volunteer efforts support and strengthen Jewish life, ensuring a vibrant Jewish community for the future.
Current recipient: Robert A. Manekin
Click here for a list of all past award winners.
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