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Ethan Zohn

CJP and the Ben-Gurion Society warmly invite you to attend the

Ben-Gurion Society Winter Event
Wednesday, February 26 | 7:00 p.m.
Mass Challenge, One Marina Park Drive, Seaport District

Featuring Ethan Zohn

Register now!

COST: $36 per person

He survived Survivor, beat cancer twice and is now making a trip back home. Please join the Ben-Gurion Society in welcoming Ethan Zohn to Boston!

Ethan will speak about his experiences as the 2002 winner of the reality television show Survivor, his work to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS as founder of Grassroot Soccer, his advocacy for young adults battling cancer, his participation as a Schusterman ROI Fellow and how Judaism, tikkun olam (repair of the world) and his Lexington upbringing has influenced his every move.

Hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and dessert will be served. Dietary laws will be observed.

Event fees reflect the cost of goods and services provided and are not tax deductible.

CJP’s Ben-Gurion Society is a national recognition giving society for young adults (ages 22-45) contributing a minimum of $1,000 to CJP’s Annual Campaign.

The Ben-Gurion Society Winter Event is open to any young adult contributing a minimum of $500 to CJP’s 2014 Annual Campaign. If you have not yet done so, please consider making your donation to CJP today.

For more information or special accommodations, please contact Bryanne at or call 617-457-8567.

Ethan Zohn is the 2002 winner of the reality television show Survivor. With his one million dollar prize money, Ethan co-founded Grassroot Soccer, a nonprofit organization that trains professional soccer players to teach African children a tailor-made SKILLZ curriculum and about HIV/AIDS prevention. Since its founding, GRS has caught the attention of (and now partners with) Nike, the Gates Foundation, FIFA Futbol for Hope, (RED), Elton John Foundation, Daimler Chrysler and DeBeers, and ‘graduated’ over 340,000 youths. By the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in 2014, the organization’s goal is to graduate one million African youths from the program.