ISGAP spent a week in Florida in early April meeting with high-level donors and leaders and members of the Jewish and business communities. The visit featured Charles Small, ISGAP’s founder and executive director; Natan Sharansky, ISGAP Chair and David Harris, ISGAP Vice Chair, all of whom passionately described the importance and timeliness of ISGAP’s work. Over four hundred people attended intimate gatherings and larger events

It was eye-opening for many to learn how ISGAP uncovers the root causes of contemporary antisemitism in the short and long terms through education, research, forensic accounting, counter-terror investigation, lobbying efforts and more to change the current narrative on campuses. 

A highlight of the visit was the launch of a joint initiative between ISGAP in partnership with the University of Miami, Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, which organized a launch event in response to growing antisemitism within the academic community, it is through these kinds of programs that real change will occur.

Special thanks to Laura & Dennis Bennie, Marian & Paul Kruss, Andrea & Mike Leven, Celia & Eric Meadow, Ira Gluskin, Michael Dobbs of YPO Gold and Jeff Levin of the Miami Jewish Federation for hosting events and providing opportunities for more people to learn about and support ISGAP’s work.

If you would like to learn more about ISGAP and how to support its work, contact Amy Cooper, Chief Development Officer at [email protected].

At Mo’s Deli L to R: Lenny Roth, Charles Small, ISGAP Executive Director; Aventura Mayor Howard Weinberg, Aventura Vice Mayor and Host, Paul Kruss; Misha Galperin, ISGAP Advisor and David Harris, ISGAP Vice Chair.


Members of the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation with Natan Sharansky.

Michael Dobbs moderated a discussion between Charles Small and Natan Sharansky at a sold out YPO Gold breakfast in Palm Beach.

Ira Gluskin hosted an intimate dinner at Palm Beach Country Club which featured Charles Small and Natan Sharansky.

Natan Sharansky and ISGAP lay leader Wendy Eisen. The two go back decades when Wendy visited the Former Soviet Union and made a connection to Natan.