Chai Lifeline will celebrate its 2022 National Gala on Monday, December 5, at Pier Sixty in New York City. The program, titled “An Evening of Heroes,” will highlight the critical work of Chai Lifeline, the Jewish community’s leading children’s health support network, and benefit families living with serious illness, crisis, and loss.
The inspiring event will feature world-class entertainment, including renowned mentalist Oz Pearlman and a special musical performance by singer-songwriter Yonatan Razel.
Bari and Daniel Erber will serve as Guests of Honor for their longtime commitment and friendship to Chai Lifeline. The Erbers recently dedicated The Happiness Center at Camp Simcha, Chai Lifeline’s overnight summer program for children with life-threatening and lifelong illnesses. The Gala will also recognize The Steven A. Greenberg Charitable Trust for its philanthropic support and pay tribute to Pam and Joe Lubeck and family, who will establish The National Volunteer Leadership Initiative at Chai Lifeline.
“The Gala is an exciting opportunity for the community to celebrate the important work of Chai Lifeline and the heroes who make it all possible,” said Rabbi Simcha Scholar, CEO of Chai Lifeline. “We hope you can join us for what promises to be a wonderful evening.”
Chai Lifeline provides critical support to more than 6,000 families around the world through more than two-dozen critical programs and services, including case management, counseling, crisis and trauma interventions, home and hospital respite care, meals delivered to hospitals and homes, transportation to medical appointments, Big Brother & Sister volunteers, i-Shine afterschool programming for children living with illness or loss, insurance advocacy, emergency financial assistance, and its medically-supervised Camp Simcha summer programs.
To reserve a seat or a table at the Gala, donate, or place a journal ad, please visit www.chaidinner.org or call 212-699-6658.