30 Years of Saving Souls

BTS Gala - Photographer Ben Shani
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BTS Gala- Curtis Dahl
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We were overwhelmed by the support of the Beit T'Shuvah community at our 30th Anniversary Gala. Nearly 1,000 amazing supporters from near and far filled the ballroom at the Beverly Hilton with tremendous joy and energy, no doubt a testament to our pioneering honorees, Founder Harriet Rossetto, and Founding Board Members Warren Breslow, David Ruderman, and Annette Shapiro. Over $1.9 million was raised which is the largest grossing event in Beit T'Shuvah history. A new residential scholarship fund named after our founder, Harriet was launched at the event so that Beit T'Shuvah can stay true to its mission of helping anyone in need of our services regardless of their ability to pay.

Special thanks to our Master of Ceremonies Rabbi Ed Feinstein of Valley Beth Shalom, who helped bring gravitas and charisma to the event and powerfully moved the audience with his remarks. Our Beit T'Shuvah band wowed the crowd with their opening and closing numbers, and our moving videos were shot and edited by two of our own alumni as well. We are so proud of our community; your consistent and loyal support not only made this event such a monumental success, it has gotten us to this 30-year milestone.

We want to thank our dinner chairs, Meryl Kern, Lindsey Montoya and Jen Morgen and Honorary Chair Nancy Mishkin for all of their efforts to make the event so successful and to our Auction chairs Deb Fried and Helene Eisenberg for all their hard work with our incredibly beautiful and robust auction. These wonderful women volunteered for months on this event bringing passion and enthusiasm every step of the way and we share this success with them.

Please enjoy the feature videos from the evening, sharing our residents' collective experience in The Faces of Beit T'Shuvah, and celebrating our honorees' critical involvement in our organization from inception in Then & Now: 30 Years of Saving Souls.

Check in on our Facebook Page for a full photo gallery of the evening.

If you did not have the opportunity to attend or make a gift, please consider making a meaningful donation in support of The Harriet Rossetto Scholarship Fund online today.

Through generous supporters and believers like you, we will see the next 30 years of Beit T'Shuvah's life-saving work!

With Much Gratitude,

The Gala Chairs & The Beit T'Shuvah Development Team

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