It’s game on for JCA Fight Night
Let's get ready to rumble

It’s game on for JCA Fight Night

JCA Jumpstart’s “Real Estate Fight Night” will see four powerhouse agents battle it out to secure funding for JCA and member organisations.

SYDNEY’S powerhouse real estate agents D’Leanne Lewis, Simon Cohen, Danny Taylor and Zac Rabin are getting ready to step into the ring to fight for JCA and member organisations, the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD), Community Security Group (CSG) and JewishCare.

JCA Jumpstart’s “Real Estate Fight Night”, to be held on Sunday, November 21, will see the four agents battle it out to secure funding for their organisations in an event emceed by businessman and auctioneer Danny Taibel.

Each agent and JCA member organisation will be encouraging their networks to get behind them to secure the knock-out blow.

Lewis – Laing & Simmon’s Networks highest consistently performing talent for the past 28 years – will get out there for JBOD, which ensures the political and physical security of the community and combats antisemitism while increasing understanding of Israel and its centrality to Jewish life.

Rabin from Ray White TRG will fight for JewishCare, which each year provides a wide range of services to more than 4000 people in our community including the aged, people with a disability, families and youth in crisis and people with mental health illness.

Taylor – an 18-year veteran and director at Century 21 Feller & Taylor – will fight for CSG, which works to protect the Jewish way of life by consulting to the community and ensuring security solutions supported by a 24/7 response network.

Cohen, who has amassed billions of dollars worth of transactions for Sydney’s elite with Cohen Handler, will be gloving up for JCA, convincing voters and donors to support the communal heavyweight.

JCA supports 24 organisations providing programs and services that keep the community strong, vibrant, safe and connected.

The agents will pitch to rally the crowd’s support for their organisations. Attendees will decide the winner by putting their money down on the mat for their agent and organisation of choice.

“With only 248 people in the room due to COVID restrictions, people need to get online to secure their tickets and support the organisations that support our community,” said JCA CEO Alain Hasson.

The event starts at 6pm at an eastern suburbs location.

Bookings for Real Estate Fight Night on November 21:

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