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Irving Moskowitz

Dr. Irving Moskowitz has devoted his life to his family and to his philanthropic calling of supporting life-enhancing activities. Fundamental to his personal philosophy is the tenet that everyone should have the opportunity to succeed in life. He believes in extending to a disadvantaged student the scholarship that will enhance his or her life by ensuring that a child experiences the pride, fun and teamwork of playing on a sports team; or in seeing that inner city sixth graders have an outdoor, hands-on learning experience at a Science Camp. Likewise, in his beloved Israel, The Moskowitz Foundation is ensuring that university students have housing, that cancer-stricken youth get their “dream trips”, that synagogues are restored and built, and that basic healthcare is improved by a dialysis center and dental clinic. The Moskowitz Foundation is funding the School for Mass Communications (SMC) which is now being built on the campus of The College of Judea and Samaria.

Dr. Moskowitz received an Honorary Doctorate from Bar Ilan University, and is a founder of the Hebrew Academy, Long Beach, CA, a Permanent Member of the Committee for the Inaugural Conference of the State of the Zionist Organization of America. He has been selected for the Man of the Year Award by the National Conference of Christians and Jews and is a “Master Builder” of the Great Synagogue of Jerusalem.