Jewish National Fund Tree of Life Award

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Tree of Life Award
Awarded foroutstanding community involvement
Presented byJewish National Fund

The Tree of Life Award is the highest humanitarian award the Jewish National Fund presents to one individual or family each year in appreciation of their outstanding community involvement, their dedication to the cause of American-Israeli friendship, and their devotion to peace and the security of human life. The award recognizes leaders of achievements and innovations in industry, government and education. Past awardees have included individuals who have made diverse contributions from Isaac Stern, to Arthur G. Cohen, Donald Trump and Susan Polgar. Past presenters of the award have included Margaret Thatcher and Shimon Peres.


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