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We cordially invite you to join us for the first ever

Chai Society Mega Event!

Saturday, November 16, 2013 | 7:30 p.m.
The Westin Boston Waterfront
425 Summer Street, Boston*

Featuring the 2013 Chai in the Hub Honorees and
Joshua Malina, of hit TV shows Scandal, The West Wing and Sports Night

Meet our inaugural Chai in the Hub honorees—18 of the most influential young leaders, humanitarians, educators, social activists and movers and shakers in Boston’s Jewish community. Learn how each of them are continuously striving to make our home, and the world, a better place. 


Meet the Top 18!

Josh Malina
Our keynote speaker is Joshua Malina of the hit TV shows Scandal, The West Wing and Sports Night. Hear from this Hollywood hotshot on how to make it in “the industry” and still be a mensch. The night will be emceed by Boston’s own, Jonathan Soroff, of the Improper Bostonian.

Cocktail attire is recommended.

Cost: $65

Includes 2 drink tickets, appetizers, dessert reception, cash bar and entertainment

*(please note the venue change)


Register Now!


We are excited to announce a very generous matching gift provided by Steven D. Krichmar and Jennifer K. Silver, CJP’s 2014 Annual Campaign Chairs.

  • For every new Chai Society gift intention of $118 or above and every increased gift intention of 18% or more, made between October 16 and December 16, in connection with this event, they will match up to $118 of that gift.
  • Thank you to Steven and Jennifer for helping our young adult community make an even larger impact!

Want to be a table host and be in the running for some amazing prizes?

  • For more information on becoming a table host, sponsorship opportunities and special accommodations, please contact Dani at daniw@cjp.org or call 617-457-8598.
  • Prizes include a pass to TribeFest and a spot on the Young Leadership Summer Mission to Israel!

This special event is open to CJP’s Chai Society members. You can become a member of the Chai Society by making your gift intention today or at the event, and you’ll have until December 2014 to pay your gift. The Chai Society recognizes young adults, ages 22-45, in Greater Boston, who make a contribution of $118 or more to the Annual Campaign of Combined Jewish Philanthropies.


Dietary laws will be observed. Event fees reflect the cost of goods and services provided and are not tax deductible.

Special thanks to The Boston Jewish Film Festival for co-presenting guest speaker Joshua Malina with us.