1. EVENT RECAP
2020 Palm Beach Scopus Award Gala
American Friends of the Hebrew University hosted the Palm Beach Scopus Award Gala, on Saturday, January 18, 2020, at The Breakers. The event recognized Roberta and Paul Kozloff for their tireless commitment to humanitarianism and their dedication to the continued growth of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel’s foremost institution of higher learning and research. The evening raised $1.2 million in support of the Palm Beach Memory and Cognitive Research Fund at Hebrew University.
Tony Award-winner Stephanie J. Block, most recently seen in “The Cher Show,” captivated the crowd with some of Cher’s most iconic hits.
“We are so honored to be recognized with the Scopus award this year,” said Paul Kozloff. “We are big supporters of connecting the passions of our community to the talent at the Hebrew University and believe in the vital work they are doing to make a difference locally and around the world.”
Scopus dinner chairs were Diane Belfer, Roberta and Stanley Bogen, Sherry and Kenneth Endelson, Marjorie and Stephen Fiverson, Lori and Bruce Gendelman, Michelle and Joseph Jacobs, Lisa and Michael Rome, Barbara and Richard Rothschild, Judy and Robert Snyder, and Robbi and Bruce Toll. Event chairs were Marjorie and Robert Emden.