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April 24, 2015  RSS feed
Social Services

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Beer, bites, bidding make TJFS Trifecta a fundraising success


(L-R) David Moskovitz; Meg Moskovitz, event cochair; Laura Salzer, event co-chair (L-R) David Moskovitz; Meg Moskovitz, event cochair; Laura Salzer, event co-chair More than 300 guests enjoyed a fun evening of craft beer, bites and bidding at the Tampa Jewish Family Services’ seventh annual Tampa Trifecta earlier this month, raising more than $70,000 for the agency.

Donors, business owners and community leaders gathered at Congregation Schaarai Zedek to sample the offerings donated by top area restaurant and beer/wine establishments for the event.

“Tampa Jewish Family Services appreciates the philanthropic support from those individuals and businesses that support the agency and recognize the need in our community,” said Michael Barnett, CEO, Tampa Jewish Family Services (TJFS). In addition to the event’s presenting sponsor, Gary and Phyllis Gould and The Gould Family Philanthropic Fund, the 2015 Tampa Trifecta was supported by main event sponsor, Winn- Dixie.


(L-R) Laurie Chane; Rob Bovarnick, iWatch raffle winner; and Michael Barnett, TJFS CEO (L-R) Laurie Chane; Rob Bovarnick, iWatch raffle winner; and Michael Barnett, TJFS CEO A patron reception featured VIP tastings from 3 Daughters Brewing, St. Petersburg, food from Grille One Sixteen, Tampa, and complimentary cocktail beverages.

Cheers! Events created food and drink stations and the main event featured restaurant tastings from Lynn’s Catering; doormet; First Watch; Green Lemon; Little Greek Restaurant; Village Inn; PDQ; Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Pipo’s, Datz Dough and Yummy House.

A featured attraction was the silent auction and a raffle winner received a certificate for the newlyreleased Apple iWatch Sport.

TJFS serves individuals and families of all faiths in Hillsborough County. TJFS’ core programs include a community food bank, counseling and financial assistance programs that touch the lives of more than 12,000 people each year. The agency’s mission is to deliver services in a manner consistent with Jewish values, for the purpose of strengthening individuals and families of all faiths. For more information, visit www.tjfs.org or call (813) 960-1848.


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