Erev Gevura: An Evening of Jewish Heroism
will take place on Tuesday, October 24th at The Museum of Tolerance Peltz Theatre
9786 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles, California 90035
7:00pm – Light Reception
7:45pm – Program followed by dessert
Erev Gevura is the centerpiece of Shavua Gevura: A Week of Jewish Heroism. Each year, Bnei Akiva of Los Angeles highlights an inspiring Israeli individual/organization. We bring representatives of the organization to nearly a dozen Jewish schools throughout the Greater Los Angeles area to educate and inspire the imagination of our young people. On Erev Gevura (Evening of Heroism) we are proud to present our honorees to the entire community.
Your participation in Erev Gevura supports the core programs of Bnei Akiva of Los Angeles, including: Shlichut, Shavua Gevura, Moshava California overnight summer camp, SNIF shabbat programs and our Manhigut youth leadership training programs throughout the year.
This year, we are privileged to honor My Truth. Join us on October 24th to learn more about this organization, and how it gives voice to our soldiers serving and defending the State and the people of Israel.
We look forward to your participation and support. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here to purchase tickets.
Past honorees include:
2016 – Israeli Water Innovation, with Seth M. Siegel
2015 – IsraAID
2014 – Yariv Bash and Daniel Saat of Space IL
2013 – Nitsana Darshan-Leitner of The Israel Law Center
2012 – Lt. Colonel Ze’ev Raz (Ret.); Yoel Zilberman of Hashomer Hachadash
2011 – Minister Moshe (Bogie) Ya’alon; Colonel Yalon Farhi
2010 – Colonel Bentzi Gruber; Lt. Asael Lubotzky; Lt. Marru Gette
2009 – Karnit Goldwasser; Entebee survivor, Ilan Hartuv
2008 – Shoshana and Aharon Klein, parents of Roi Klein z”l; Pirchia and Yossi Apter, parents of Noam Apter z”l