Philippines Relief Effort

On November 8, 2013. The Philippines was struck by Super Typhoon Haiyan, the biggest typhoon to strike the nation on record. This tropical cyclone devastated different areas of South East Asia, the Phillipines suffered the most damage, with an estimate of 6,200 lives lost due to the disaster.

The Irving Moskowitz Foundation would like to announce that it has contributed $100,000 to American Red Cross humanitarian effort in the Philippines in the event of Super Typhoon Haiyan. The foundation understands the heart break and devastation that has ripped through the Philippines and would like to wish all those who were affected by the disaster all the hopes and best wishes from the foundation.

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Oklahoma Disaster Relief Effort

Widespread devastation and destruction impacted the Oklahoma territory during the peak of tornado season. Peak winds estimated at 210 mph (340 km/h), killing 24 people and causing an estimated 344 injuries as category 5 tornados and below wreaked havoc on the population.

The Irving Moskowitz Foundation has responded by donating $100,000 to the American Red Cross. The foundation hopes those impacted by the disaster a speedy recovery.

Cherna Moskowitz and Irving Moskowitz giving back

Education advocate and president of the Irving Moskowitz Foundation, Cherna Moskowitz continues her charitable work throughout the Hawaiian Gardens community.  As the president of the foundation, she has demonstrated great support for programs and services enhancing the lives of low-income families living in the city of Hawaiian Gardens, CA.  On an annual basis the foundation donates thousands of dollars to local schools, non- profit organizations, Little League, Pop-Warner, Eagles Soccer Club, Adult Education, and many more.  Cherna Moskowitz has a soft spot for this small city that measures 9/10th’s of a square mile.  She believes that although geographically small, this community has a big heart and it is a place where she can make a difference.  Over the past ten years, the Irving Moskowitz Foundation under the leadership of President Cherna Moskowitz the foundation has partnered with the City of Hawaiian Gardens and has contributed millions of dollars to fund major capital improvement projects such as the Hawaiian Gardens Public Library and Safety Center, and the Fedde Middle School Sports Complex.  These two facilities are one of a kind and were design to meet the needs of the community.  As a supporter and advocate of the youth, Cherna Moskowitz believes that these facilities will now provide hope and a safe haven for the children of this community.

Cherna Moskowitz and the Irving Moskowitz  Foundation are proud to make contributions of this magnitude that will not only improve the City’s capital assets, but most importantly improve the lives of the residents in this community.  Cherna Moskowitz and the Irving Moskowitz Foundation value the importance of enriching the lives of others and will continue to serve where there is need.

Irving Moskowitz Foundation Images

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Irvine Moskowitz Stadium in Hawaiian Gardens
Hawaiian Gardens Sports Plex

 

Hawaiian Gardens Running track

 

Hawaiian Gardens Football and soccer field

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