National Women's Division
National Director of Women’s Division
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National Women's Divison Honor Pin
Golda Meir Club Pin
From the time the Israelites crossed into the Promised Land to today’s modern State of Israel, women have played a continuous and essential role in defining the destiny of the Jewish homeland. The National Women’s Division Honor Pin – an inspired expression of Medinat Yisrael - pays tribute to the legacy and leadership of Jewish women.
Created by artist Caryn Ladovsky, the pin is a symbolic means for supporters of the National Women’s Division to proudly demonstrate their connection to Israel through investments in Israel bonds. The design reflects a stylistic rendition of the Israel Bonds logo, set with Swarovski© crystals that graduate from light to darker blue. Along with the pin, the owner will receive an initial charm which represents an icon synonymous with the Judaic faith, as a gesture of appreciation.
The Golda Meir Club Pin is available with an Israel bonds investment of $5,000 or more.
Included with the pin will be a collectible charm, and upon subsequent
annual investments of $5,000 or more, the honored recipient will be presented an additional charm, indicating her continued commitment to the State of Israel and its people.
Diamond Trustee Pin
The Diamond Trustee Pin is available with an Israel bonds investment of $10,000 and higher.
The honored investor will receive a crystal-encrusted charm along with the pin, and for their ongoing annual investments of $10,000 and above, they will be given a new charm in gratitude for their contribution to the growth of the Jewish nation by investing in Israel bonds.
The National Women’s Division has established the Honor Pin program to demonstrate personal admiration for its extraordinary members and pay tribute to their dedication to investing in Israel’s economy, the people of Israel everywhere and to the everlasting legacy of the Jewish heritage. In wearing these pins, the National Women’s Division hopes that women feel inspired to share their personal connection with Israel, the Bonds organization, and with advocates of Israel the world over.
For more information on the Golda Meir Club Pin and the Diamond Trustee Pin, click here.
Prime Minister's Circle Pin
Israel Bonds National Women's Division is pleased to present the highly coveted Prime Minister’s Circle Pin to members investing at the $25,000 level and above.
Available for purchase after an investment within the year is made at this denomination or higher, the Prime Minister’s Circle Pin is an illustrious 14K gold piece which symbolizes the devotion and dedication that the owner possesses to strengthen and fortify the Jewish nation, its people and our homeland.
Each year an investment at the $25,000 level or above is made by the owner of the pin, she is entitled to add a full-cut, 0.10 ct. tw. diamond to the pendant, as it accommodates 20 settings to recognize 20 years of support for Israel through bonds investments. The centerpiece within the pin features the Israel Bonds logo consisting of a white gold menorah set with 0.13 ct. tw. diamonds, and as a whole represents Israel’s yasmin flower, which signifies the flourishing Israeli economy. The stylized flower is made up of yellow gold-beaded ovals, and the jewelry item may be worn as a brooch or pendant on a necklace.
Lester Lampert, the designer of the Prime Minister’s Circle Pin, is an innovative jeweler and craftsman, known for his fine attention to detail and unique artistic approach. The Lampert jewelry design firm has been a leading presence in creating premium custom jewelry for over ninety years. Lester Lampert-designed jewelry is on display at sites including the Vatican, the Field Museum in Chicago and the Loyola University Museum of Art.
For more information on the Prime Minister's Circle Pin, click here.