Eight Over Eighty


VISIONARY $100,000+

Robin and Leo Eisenberg & Family

The Edward I. Fleischman Foundation

The Ravitz Foundation


INNOVATOR $50,000+

Nancy and James Grosfeld



The Pitt Family

The Family of Alan S. Schwartz


PIONEER $18,000+



ARCHITECT $10,000+

The Beznos Family


Richard and Jane Manoogian

Elizabeth Rose

Deborah and Steve Rosenthal & Family

Arn and Nancy Tellem


BUILDER $5,000+

Kari, Eddie, Noa, and Adina Alterman


The Barnett Family

Belfor Property Restoration

Penny and Harold Blumenstein

The Family of Gerald S. Cook

Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg

Nicole and Stephen Eisenberg

Erica and Ralph Gerson

Enid and Gary Goodman

Hermelin/Orley Family

Nancy and Joseph Jacobson

Cyril Moscow

Joy and Allan Nachman

Rachel and Josh Opperer

Harriet and Gregg Orley

Princeton Enterprises

Joni and Neil Satovsky

The Schechter Family

Eli A. Scherr

Ben N. Teitel Charitable Trust, Gerald S. Cook, Trustee

William Davidson Foundation Employee Matching Gifts Philanthropic Fund


DREAMER $2,500+


Linda and Maurice Binkow

Barbara Bloom

Broida and Trapp Families

Gayle and Richard Burstein

Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, PLC

Elyse and David Foltyn

Linda Z. Klein

Stacey and Ron Klein

Michael and Barbara Kratchman

Arlene and Rick Selik

Dottie and Don Wagner

Steven R. Weisberg

Rissa and Sheldon Winkelman

Andi and Lawrence Wolfe

View the “Getting To Know You Luncheon” Pics – March 2024

Jewish Senior Life’s Eight Over Eighty fundraiser is our community’s premier celebration honoring older adults.

Since 1993, the event has honored eight remarkable people in our community, each 80 years of age or older, with The Tikkun Olam Award for helping to “Repair Our World.” This coveted honor is the most prestigious award for older adults in our community. In partnership with the Frankel Jewish Academy, students are introduced to our honorees and lifelong friendships are made.

This is Jewish Senior Life’s major annual fundraiser. Proceeds from Eight Over Eighty help enhance the quality of life for residents throughout JSL communities, with an emphasis on subsidizing the cost of food for low-income or indigent residents. 

In addition to those who receive nutritious meals because of this event, the general community benefits by acknowledging these older adults and their contributions, both big and small. This helps older adults throughout the community feel they are respected, valued and appreciated. 

For more information, contact Nicole Lupiloff


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