A non-event fundraiser that will feature an online auction.
Become a Sponsor
The Bryan Glazer Family JCC and the JCC on the Cohn Campus (Tampa JCCs) are the heart of a vibrant, harmonious and connected community that embraces everyone. We strive to be a unifying force for Jewish and non-Jewish activity in Tampa by providing a warm, welcoming atmosphere for community gatherings and activities for people of all ages, faiths and backgrounds. This year we will host our second annual No Show Black Tie Gala on May 3 – 13, 2019 and guests will be asked to register to not attend.
Why not save the money you would have to spend on a cocktail dress, dry cleaning, childcare and valet parking and make a donation to benefit the programs and services of the Tampa JCCs. This fundraiser will include an online auction featuring a myriad of products, services and experiences to raise critical funds in support of our JCCs’ fundraising activities.
Who does the Bryan Glazer Family JCC and JCC on the Cohn Campus Serve?
• The JCC on the Cohn Campus and Congregation Rodeph Sholom house the JCC Preschools – schools that serve children of all faiths and that have been referred to in the media as “the gold standard in early childhood education.”
• The Bryan Glazer Family JCC is also home to the Florida-Israel Business Accelerator (FIBA), a Florida-based technology accelerator that is designed to establish and grow successful, high-growth Israeli ventures in the Tampa Bay Area. FIBA assists the innovative companies to overcome the challenges involved with entering the U.S. market.
• The Bryan Glazer Family JCC is home to the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center operated by the City of Tampa. The impressive center offers a wide range of classes including ceramic sculpture, pottery, oil painting, watercolor, drawing, digital, mixed media, small scale metal sculpture, jewelry, glass fusion, stained glass, fiber arts and printmaking.
• They provide #Gather experiences - a mix of social, interactive and hands-on activities designed to help young adults of all faiths and backgrounds in their 20s, 30s and 40s connect with friends, meet new people and have meaningful experiences.