The Circle Of Majesty
10th Anniversary Luncheon

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On Tuesday, May 9th, 2017, the Beit T'Shuvah Circle of Majesty celebrated a decade of dedication at their annual luncheon, which took place at The Four Seasons, Beverly Hills. 10 years ago, founding Co-Chairs Lois Bloom, Dina Leeds, Nancy Mishkin, Harriet Rossetto, Annette Shapiro, and Ronnie Stabler created the Circle of Majesty so that local, philanthropic women could come together to support Beit T'Shuvah's mission of helping all those who seek addiction treatment, regardless of their ability to pay. 120 women of all ages enjoyed the boutique and luncheon, which included the screening of JLTV's America Undiscovered episode featuring Beit T'Shuvah, a live performance by Israeli singer/songwriter Chen Aharoni, and a reading and book signing by the author and Tablet Magazine columnist Marjorie Ingall from her newest book Mamaleh Knows Best: What Jewish Mothers Do to Raise Successful, Creative, Empathetic, Independent Children. The event has raised over $1 million over the past 10 years for Beit T'Shuvah.

Join the Circle of Majesty
Circle of Majesty, now in it's tenth year, is comprised of a group of incredibly generous and caring women who provide additional support to Beit T'Shuvah and its life-saving mission. In keeping with the tradition of majesty, we want to continue to inspire our next generation of young women as well as new friends. Growing our circle with strong and committed women is very important.

Membership Levels
A Ruby* membership is $1,800

A Circle membership is $1,000

A Next Generation membership is $250
(reserved for members below 40 years of age)

Benefits of Membership
Membership includes a seat at our 'high society' annual Luncheon, among other dedicated Circle of Majesty events. New membership also includes a beautiful signature necklace specific to your membership level. Circle or Ruby membership renewals include a diamond or ruby enhancement.

* Ruby members are also able to bring a special guest to our annual luncheon.


Please join us, and invite a young woman or a new friend who shares in your majestic qualities to join our Circle of Majesty.

To join, please reach out to Avia Rosen at 310.202.2289 or email arosen@beittshuvah.org



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