UIA Victorian AGM launched the 2020 Campaign

November 29, 2019 by Community newsdesk
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The UIA Victorian Annual General Meeting took place recently at Caulfield Park Pavilion after a highly successful year.

Mark Leibler, Jack Smorgon and Adi Gefen Adler

It was a night of inspiration as participants celebrated the success of UIA Victoria highlighted through the financial report delivered by Executive Director and Shaliach Idan Goldberger and Treasurer Julian Black.

The evening acknowledged outgoing YoungUIA Chairman Dave Skurnik through an acknowledgement award from Keren Hayesod.

Guests heard from Chairman of the World Board of Trustees Steven Lowy who spoke about his role in supporting the campaign worldwide and some of the issues facing world Jewry such as an Antisemitism.

CEO and Director General of the Jewish Agency for Israel Amira Ahronoviz highlighted the vital work that the organisation undertakes for the People of Israel and the significant part that Keren Hayesod-UIA plays in this

UIA Victoria President Hayley Southwick highlighted some of the achievements of the Victorian campaign, as well as a recent evaluation undertaken to improve our processes, efficiencies and donor engagement strategies. As Hayley stated, “greater efficiency leads to greater funds for Israel. This has been one of the key drivers of my presidency. With tighter processes, greater efficiencies and offerings, we can continue to position ourselves as the charity of choice for supporting Israel and her people.”

The event also officially launched the 2020 centennial campaign.


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