On October 30, Israel bond sales in the U.S. crossed the $1 billion mark, making 2019 the seventh consecutive year the $1 billion milestone has been exceeded, it was announced by Bonds President & CEO Israel Maimon.
Chairman of the Board Howard Goldstein said, “I am deeply gratified that members of the Jewish community throughout the country, as well as institutions including several states, continue to view Israel bonds as a meaningful, tangible way to express unity with Israel. The fact that we have exceeded $1 billion for seven consecutive years highlights the fact that investing in Israel bonds to support Israel, while simultaneously strengthening portfolios, resonates with a diverse and ever-growing investor base.”
National Campaign Advisory Council Chair Ken Goldberg added, “I wish to express appreciation to the devoted leadership of Israel Bonds and the dedicated staff, especially Vice President for Sales Stuart Garawitz. It was a true team effort.”
Worldwide sales since the Bonds organization was established in 1951 are rapidly approaching $44 billion.