Orlando tourism CEOs David Siegel and Harris Rosen, along with Rosen JCC CEO Joel Berger gathered recently for a dedication of the Rosen JCC Event Center lobby, now named the Victoria Siegel Lobby, in honor of the late daughter of David and Jacqueline Siegel. To honor Victoria’s legacy, the Westgate Resorts Foundation made a $50,000 donation to the Rosen JCC to support the organization’s mission to build community.
The three CEOs addressed the audience and unveiled new signage honoring Victoria. The Rosen JCC’s dedication to strengthening family life aligns directly with the Westgate Resorts Foundation’s mission of building strong families and a strong workforce. The Foundation grants more than $1 million annually toward this mission. Additionally, David and Jacqueline Siegel’s personal mission is to guarantee the future generation is not lost to drug addiction. The Rosen JCC provides a positive environment for families and neighbors to connect and create healthy relationships that don’t include drugs.
About the Westgate Resorts Foundation
Celebrating its 16th year, the Westgate Resorts Foundation is committed to investing in Westgate’s resort communities and team members by partnering with nonprofits equally committed to our mission of Strong Families | Strong Workforce™: If families are equipped to break through barriers such as homelessness, domestic violence, gaps in education or returning to the workforce after military service, then they keep working or quickly return to work…paving their own path to self-sufficiency and lifelong success. A strong workforce means thriving communities where people want to live and vacation. The Foundation supports this mission through grant-making, advocacy and volunteerism in Westgate’s resort communities nationwide and grants more than $1 million annually. For more information about the Westgate Resorts Foundation, visit www.westgateresortsfoundation.org.
About the Rosen JCC
Located in southwest Orlando, the Rosen JCC is a community center that aims to strengthen family life, promote Jewish values and embrace our diverse local community. The Rosen JCC has an award-winning pre-school serving children of all faiths and backgrounds from as early as two months old through pre-kindergarten. The center offers youth and adult sports leagues, after-school programs for elementary children, summer camps for children ages 4-14, adult and senior programming and a full-service fitness center. For more information about the Rosen JCC, visit www.rosenjcc.org