Israel Bonds News

Young Investor Society and YJP Miami Host Shabbat Dinner, Engaging New Leadership Throughout South Florida

On August 26, Israel Bonds Young Investor Society joined Young Jewish Professionals (YJP) Miami to host a Shabbat Dinner at The Rok Family Shul Chabad in Brickell, in which over 200 guests gathered with friends and met new ones to connect and be inspired by fellow advocates of the Jewish state. Young leaders of the Miami area and other local cities united to discuss the importance of bonding together, standing as one in the face of antisemitism and other anti-Israel expression. One of the most crucial ways to demonstrate such unity is by way of investments in Israel bonds, which help to strengthen Israel’s economy and perpetuate its future. This impactful statement was made by President & CEO of Israel Bonds, Dani Naveh, who joined the young Jewish South Florida community and spoke on the groundbreaking achievements in peace he witnessed just a few months earlier on the Israel Bonds Footsteps of the Abraham Accords delegation to Israel. 


“We must stand together,” Mr. Naveh opined, emphasizing the need for ongoing support for Israel, and banding in unison to defend Israel’s right to exist and prosper. Young Investor Society Chair Solomon Schoonover also shared remarks on the significance of investing in Israel bonds and building on the success of the Bonds legacy, stating, “By being here tonight, and making an Israel bonds investment, it makes a huge impact.” Seth Goldstein, son of Israel Bonds National and International Board Chair Howard L. Goldstein, also spoke on the importance of keeping Israel strong and resilient, recounting his experience on the Israel Bonds delegation in which he joined Mr. Naveh along with a robust group of young leaders, journeying to the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Israel to meet with diplomats, dignitaries and other influential individuals.