Avery and Annie’s story

“We’re grateful that we can participate as part of a community to teach our children the important things in life. It’s a blessing to be able to continue what our parents did before us.”

Annie and I wanted to be part of Emerging Leaders and Philanthropists because it’s exciting and enticing to help change outcomes in a more tangible way. And we like that UJA’s work touches people locally, but also acts globally on Jewish and non-Jewish levels.

For us as a family, we’re grateful that we can participate as part of a community to teach our children the important things in life. It’s a blessing to be able to continue what our parents did before us.

We want to be a part of something because our parents were, and that’s what UJA represents to us. Something that we want to pass down.

I hope someday my kids say the same thing.

Avery and Annie Katz, proud parents of Samantha and Henry, enjoy their active roles with UJA in Manhattan.

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