Monthly Archives: March 2021

8th Annual Tournament FORE Charity

Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 12:30 PM

The Annual Tournament Fore Charity offers a unique partnership between Jewish Family Service (JFS) and the Milton & Betty Katz Jewish Community Center (JCC). This joint tournament raises funds to benefit essential community services provided by JFS and JCC. Now, more than ever before, we need your help as we continue to service the needs of others in our community during this trying time.

Sponsorship & Participation OpportunitiesEvent Sponsor | $5,000
• 2 Foursomes of golfers
• Logo on press release
• Hole signage on Hole 18
• Program Book – Full page ad (back cover)
• Opportunity to include material in gift bags
• Recognition on JFS and JCC websites
• 5 social media posts

Shotgun Sponsor | $2,500
• 1 Foursome of golfers
• Logo on all tournament golf carts
• Program Book – Full page ad (inside front cover)
• Opportunity to include material in gift bags
• Recognition on JFS and JCC websites
• 3 social media posts

Beverage Sponsor | $2,000
• 1 Foursome of golfers
• Logo on beverage golf carts
• Program Book – Full page ad (inside back cover)
• Opportunity to include material in gift bags
• Recognition on JFS and JCC websites
• 2 social media posts

Sanitizer Sponsor | $1,800
• 1 Foursome of golfers
• Logo at sanitization and food stations along the course
• Program Book – Full page ad
• Opportunity to include material in gift bags
• Recognition on JFS and JCC websites
• 2 social media posts

Fore Sponsor | $1,500
• 1 Foursome of golfers
• Logo recognition at sponsored hole
• Program Book – Full page ad
• Opportunity to include material in gift bags
• Recognition on JFS and JCC websites
• 1 social media post

Drive Sponsor | $1,200
• 2 golfers
• Logo recognition at sponsored hole
• Program Book – Full page ad
• Opportunity to include material in gift bags
• Recognition on JFS and JCC websites

Birdie Sponsor | $750
• 1 golfer
• Program Book – Half page ad
• Opportunity to include material in gift bags
• Recognition on JFS and JCC websites

Program Ad | $500
• Digital Program Book – Full page ad (5” W x 7.75” H)

Hole Sponsor | $200
• Name/logo recognition at sponsored hole

Single Golfer | $225
• Includes greens fees, cart, food stations

Mission Initiatives – Unable to attend but still want to support?

Kosher Meals-on-Wheels Sponsor | $1,000
One in 10 seniors in New Jersey goes hungry. Your donation ensures a homebound senior receives food daily by providing a year’s worth of meals through Kosher Meals-on-Wheels (KMOW). In recognition of your sponsorship, your name or logo will appear on a plaque outside the KMOW distribution area for one year and you will be recognized on the JFS website as a JFS Hunger Hero.

JCC Childhood Development Sponsor | $1,000
Your donation will help to provide a child with enrollment in Camp by the Sea, or the Early Childhood Education Center giving him/her the opportunity to experience a meaningful education in an exciting atmosphere while creating new friendships and lifelong memories. Your sponsorship can help ensure that no child is denied access to these programs due to a financial hardship. In addition, your company logo or name will be on the Camp By The Sea and Katz JCC’s website, you will have two dedicated social media posts and one dedicated email blast.Your safety is our priority.


COVID-19 Guidelines will be provided to all golfers prior to the event.
Please note, this event is subject to change based on COVID-19 safety guidelines and/or state executive orders regarding gatherings. Golfers with registered foursomes will be placed two riders per golf cart. Single golfers will be paired with another golfer. Special accommodations are not guaranteed, per Harbor Pines cart policy and additional charges may be added.Thank you for your support!

Hipstory Art Series

The Katz JCC in Margate will host an art exhibition from the Hipstory Art Series, a collection of thirty six unique images featuring historical leaders and icons by Israeli artist, Amit Shimoni beginning March 21. 

Ideated and conceived by Amit Shimoni in 2014, HIPSTORY revives and reinterprets icons of both past and present to be integrated into the conversations of today. Shimoni, whose medium spans across various aspects of visual communication, sees each member of the HIPSTORY society as a, “Visual Wikipedia page,” giving people of all ages the opportunity to relate to an iconic figure in a new way. HIPSTORY informs and educates viewers with a curated cast of mentors that shed light on why our world is the way it is. 

Shimoni’s work is known for the contemporary elements he chooses to incorporate, like a hairstyle, necklace, or tattoo that reference details from a given person’s life. Beyond the eye-catching nature of the work, the artist uses this modern motif as a way to both encourage curiosity as well as underscore the unexpected relatability of a particular member. 

“HIPSTORY gives people the chance to use historic icons as role models on a daily basis and integrate them into the framework of their lives in a meaningful way,” Shimoni explains. 

The casual depictions of leading figures are crafted to instill a sense of relevancy and suggest commonality with the viewer. Icons are studied and chosen for their significance in today’s cultural and political dialogue. Shimoni seeks to connect past with present, by making history’s greats influential again while highlighting the movers and shakers of today. 

“To transition from ‘famous person to friend’, visual insignia in the artwork highlight where an icon was from or reference personal details to reveal a more human and relatable persona,” Shimoni reveals.

While completing his degree in Visual Communications at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Shimoni began his journey towards what would soon become HIPSTORY. What began as a critical investigation on the values of a generation quickly shifted to the creation of an international language seeking to explore the individuals who continue to shape our reality. This endeavor brought forth a curated cast of mentors that shed light on why our world is the way it is. The creation of Israeli’s first Prime Minister David Ben Gurion’s contemporary image garnished a tremendous response from Shimoni’s peers and professors. He began to create other political figures, Theodore Herzl and Golda Meir, in similar fashion. The portraits began going viral in Israel. Shimoni realized that this was going to be his final project and the beginning of HIPSTORY. 

The exhibition, funded in part by Jewish Community Foundation and the Annual Campaign of Jewish Federation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties will be on display at the Milton & Betty Katz JCC’s Staller Gallery, 501 N Jerome Ave., Margate, beginning March 21 and lasting through the Spring.  All prints are available for purchase.  Proceeds will benefit the Milton & Betty Katz JCC.  For more information, contact Josh Cutler at 609-822-1167 ext. 138 or jcutler@jccatlantic.org.