Golden Alliance Dinner Honors Annual Donors

Kavod Connections

In 1992 the Jewish Home and Care Center Foundation established The Golden
Alliance to help support its Greatest Needs Fund.

“The Golden Alliance is vital to the ongoing operation of Ovation Communities,” said Tanya Mazor-Posner, JHCC Foundation Vice President of Development. “Through the Golden Alliance, members contribute an annual gift that helps ensure residents
consistently receive excellent care as part of a nurturing community, who otherwise could not afford to live at Ovation Communities.

“All donors are important, but the fact that this group makes an annual contribution to our most important fund is something so critical,
especially at this point in our history during a pandemic.”

Showing great appreciation to the almost 90 Golden Alliance members who give gifts annually, Ovation communities hosts an annual dinner to thank them, and show them the importance of their giving.

For the second year in a row, the Golden Alliance Dinner was held virtually through Zoom. This year members received a catered, home delivered meal through Hannah’s Kitchen.

“In addition to dinner, every year speakers are brought in to present on various topics of interest,” Mazor-Posner said. “This year, to discuss a book they wrote about the life of Helen Daniels Bader are, President and CEO of Bader Philanthropies, David Bader; Deirdre Britt who serves as chair for the Helen Bader Daniels Advisory Committee and board secretary; and freelance writer and former education reporter at the Milwaukee Journal, Priscilla Pardini.

“Bader Philanthropies’ support is synonymous in the entire community, but particularly here at Ovation Communities,” Mazor-Posner continued. “Helen Daniels Bader used to be a social worker here at Ovation Jewish Home. Learning about her life is also a nice tie in because Bader Philanthropies helped to fund our Helen Bader Original Floor.”

Since March of 2020, life at Ovation Communities for residents has been turned upside-down. The support received from volunteers and donors has been more important than ever.

To learn more about the Jewish Home and Care Center Foundation and ways you can support our mission, please contact Tanya Mazor-Posner at 414-721-9260 or by email at [email protected].