BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Local residents Wendy and Matthew H. Maschler will be honored at the 2019 Israel Bonds International Prime Minister's Club Dinner at the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, FL on Sunday, March 3, 2019. Israel Bonds has a longstanding tradition of celebrating leadership and both Wendy and Matthew H. Maschler lead by example when it comes to this attribute. Both will be presented with the Israel71 award.
Wendy and Matthew Maschler are long-standing investors in and advocates of Israel Bonds. They are dedicated to the continued strengthening and growth of Israel. It is this commitment to the community that exemplifies their qualities of leadership, entrepreneurship and service.
Both Wendy and Matthew are active members of the Jewish Federation and have leadership roles at Congregation B'nai Israel. Wendy is community volunteer, philanthropist and proud Pomegranate and Matthew is a Real Estate Broker with the Signature Real Estate Companies.
In real estate Matthew is an invaluable asset in the city of Boca Raton and is beyond committed to helping his customers buy and sell homes with the highest level of expertise.
The family lends support to numerous charities including Frank McKinney's Caring House Project Foundation, where in direct contrast to selling housing to the wealthiest people on earth, they build homes for the poorest. They are also involved with Yashar L'Chayal, a non-profit organization where 100% of donations go directly to supporting Israel's soldiers. Wendy is also involved with Sweet Dream Makers, a local organization that provides new beds and essential furnishings to Palm Beach County children and families in need.
"It is a blessing to be able to advocate for an organization we believe so strongly in, and we are beyond honored to be receiving the Israel71 Award," said Matthew Maschler. "Being able to do this together, with my wife Wendy, is a testament to the strength of our marriage, our commitment to one another and our commitment to making a difference in the world together."
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