SB360 Capital Partners and Second Avenue Capital Partners Choose to Give Back this Holiday Season by Supporting the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center
BOSTON, Massachusetts – December 1, 2023 – In the midst of great turmoil around the world, SB360 Capital Partners (SB360) and Second Avenue Capital Partners (SACP) have chosen to direct our annual gift-giving efforts toward supporting civilians displaced by the conflict in the Middle East. This holiday season, SB360 and SACP have made a donation to the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center, one of several institutions providing temporary housing and essential resources to displaced families in Israel.
Normally serving as a hostel and dormitory for the Conservative Yeshiva at the Fuchsberg Center in Jerusalem, the Agron Guest House opened its doors to residents fleeing southern Israel in the aftermath of the October 7th attacks. SB360 and SACP are proud to support Fuchsberg’s efforts to house, feed, and provide solace and safety to Israeli civilians during this tumultuous period.
“We are blessed to be in a position where we can give back and make a difference, especially during what will be a difficult holiday season for so many. Supporting the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center is our way of helping families who are facing traumatic circumstances,” said Aaron Miller, President of SB360 Capital Partners. “We are committed to contributing to the well-being of our global community and standing in solidarity with those in need. We join in the call for the release of all hostages currently held in Gaza and hope for a future in which all peoples and nations may live side by side in peace and dignity.”
SB360 and SACP encourage others to join them in supporting similar initiatives providing relief and assistance to thousands of displaced families. During this season of giving, the companies affirm the importance of coming together to create a positive impact during a time when support and solidarity are needed the most.
For more information about the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center and how you can support their important work, please visit fuchsbergcenter.org