November 22, 2007
Can nonprofits rake it in with raffles?
(Page 2 - Previous Page)It is a 3,475-square-foot, fully furnished five-bedroom new construction just behind the school in West Hills, built by California Home Builders, a development company owned by Shawn Evenhaim, president of Kadima's board. If a winner opts for the house, Evenhaim will deliver the home to Kadima at a greatly reduced cost.
Evenhaim and his wife, Dorit, donated the money that enabled Kadima to purchase a new campus in West Hills, where Kadima has been located since 2004. He sees the raffle as yet another step in pushing the school to new levels.
"There are so many great people involved in the school today," he said. "Typically it's very hard in a small Jewish school to move to a new level, but I think our leadership is thinking about strategic planning and a long term vision."
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