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Please join the Board of Trustees of the
Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
at the

Generation to Generation Dinner

Honoring the legacy of the Jews saved by Oskar Schindler

Special guest appearance: Liam Neeson
Emcee: Julianna Margulies
Performance: Grammy Award-winning violinist Miri Ben-Ari


Tuesday, December 5, 2023

6pm Cocktails | 7pm Event

Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
36 Battery Place | New York City

The annual L’dor V’dor, Generation to Generation Dinner, serves as a profound testament to the enduring legacy of hope and resilience. This year, we honor the legacy of the Jews saved by Oskar Schindler during one of humanity’s darkest chapters. The Dinner recognizes the memory of Schindler’s remarkable deeds and pays tribute to the survivors and their descendants who have carried forward the torch of remembrance across generations. The Generation to Generation Dinner is a powerful reminder of our collective responsibility to work for a more just and compassionate world.

Event Co-Chairs

Elyse & Howard J. Butnick
Rella Levenstein Feldman & Curtiss Pulitzer
Evelyn & Harry Goldfeier
Patti Askwith Kenner
Rita G. Lerner & Cliff Salm

Ann Oster
Elisa Pantirer Pines & Alan Pines
Marilyn Rosen
Deborah & Wayne Zuckerman

THE MUSEUM WISHES TO THANK THE FOLLOWING GENEROUS DONORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF THE GENERATION TO GENERATION DINNER

Leadership Sponsors
Amy and Rob Feilbogen
Linda Johnson and Bruce Ratner and Family
Steven Spielberg

Heritage Sponsor
LPZ Management: the Feldman, Pantirer, and
Zuckerman Families

Legacy Sponsors
Stefany and Simon Bergson
Patti Askwith Kenner
Susan and Robert P. Morgenthau
Ann Oster
Irving Paler and Family
Klara and Larry Silverstein Family
Randy and Jane Sinisi
Daniel J. Spiegel

Testimony Sponsors
3Z Associates: the Katz, Sklar, and Zuckerman
Families

Kiva and Neil Barr
BNE Associates: Nancy and Larry Pantirer, Betty and Howard Schwartz, and Elisa and Alan Pines
Born and Distenfeld Families
Elyse and Howard Butnick
Ulrika and Joel Citron
Klein and Krieger Families
The Knapp Family Foundation
Julianna Margulies and Keith L. Lieberthal
Stacey and Marc Saiontz
Sam Waksal
Deborah and Wayne Zuckerman

Benefactors
Barbara and Michael Lissner and Family
Rosina Rubin and Jeff Rose
Mark and Minna Seitelman
Laurie and Philip Sprayregen
Debra and Peter Till

Special Thanks To

Chauffeured Transportation
Attitude New York

Fundraising and Event Management In Partnership With
DS Consulting Group

Cocktail Attire | Dietary Laws Observed

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is New York’s contribution to the global responsibility to Never Forget and a memorial to the six million Jews who perished during the Holocaust. We are a place of memory and education, where the unforgettable stories of survivors are kept alive for future generations. Since opening our doors in 1997, we have educated over two million visitors—including tens of thousands of students a year—about the lessons of the Holocaust and the dangers of where hate and bigotry can lead. For over two decades, the Museum has worked to protect the historical record and deepen the public’s understanding of Jewish history and heritage through our exhibitions, permanent collection, and public programs that reach audiences around the world.

For more information on the Generation to Generation Dinner, contact Christie Bowers, Manager of Events, at cbowers@mjhnyc.org or 646.437.4236.

For more information on Grammy Award-winning violinist Miri Ben-Ari, please visit miribenari.com or find her on Instagram at @miribenari.

Banner image: Survivors welcome Oskar Schindler to Tel Aviv, 1962. Photograph by David Rubinger