Israel Moskovitz was recognised at the inaugural Bonei Olam gala dinner for his continued support of Bonei Olam, where he was named Patron of Bonei Olam.
The event took place at the exclusive De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London’s West End. It honoured those who have supported Bonei Olam, recognising the generous donations that have been made to the organisation.
Bonei Olam was set up in North West London to help provide support for couples struggling with infertility. Generous contributions help to cover the often-prohibitive costs of fertility treatments and medical procedures that many couples face. The organisation has helped bring over 5,000 children into the world.
The gala dinner was chaired by Rabbi Moshe Levy, Executive Director of Chazak, who praised the enormous support that the community has offered Bonei Olam. The night also featured several performances, including from maestro pianist Yaron Gershovsky.
Israel Moskovitz said: “I am honoured to have been made a Patron of Bonei Olam. It is a remarkable organisation and I am so pleased to be involved with the great work that they are doing.”