Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation to honor ofer yardeni, chairman and ceo of stonehenge nyc, at 36TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT AND DINNER TO BENEFIT CANCER RESEARCH

 

Ofer Yardeni

 

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) will honor Ofer Yardeni, Chairman and CEO of Stonehenge NYC, at its 36th Annual Golf Tournament and Dinner on June 25th at the scenic Fresh Meadow Country Club in Lake Success, NY. Funds raised by the event will support SWCRF cancer research programs, including the SWCRF Partnership for Aging and Cancer Research, which studies the genetic, metabolic, and environmental factors that promote increased cancer incidence among people as they age. 

“It is a great pleasure to honor Ofer Yardeni at our golf benefit,” said Samuel Waxman, M.D., founder and CEO of the SWCRF. “He is a leading figure in the New York business community who exemplifies the power of giving back. We are proud to partner with him to raise critical funds for cancer research.” 

The SWCRF Golf Tournament and Dinner offers golfers, companies and philanthropists a wide range of opportunities to support research for a cancer cure, from buying individual tickets priced at $1,250 to sponsoring the event at levels ranging up to $25,000. 

Individuals or companies interested in supporting the benefit as participants or sponsors can visit http://www.waxmancancer.org/Events/Golf-Tournament/Golf-Tickets 

For more information about the SWCRF Golf Tournament and Dinner, contact Rachel Kramer at 646-398-5274 or rkramer@waxmancancer.org

About Ofer Yardeni

Ofer Yardeni is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Stonehenge NYC, a fully-integrated real estate company based in New York which he founded in the early 90’s. Stonehenge, together with its investment partners, owns a portfolio of properties in Manhattan valued at approximately $2.1 billion comprised of 18 income-producing properties with 2,400 apartments representing 2.5 million square feet of prime residential space. Throughout his career Mr. Yardeni has acquired over $4 billion of real estate in New York City with a focus on commercial and residential rental properties adopting a value-add approach. Born in Israel in 1960, Mr. Yardeni received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Tel Aviv University in 1985. Mr. Yardeni is an active member of numerous professional organizations including the Real Estate Board of New York, PREA, Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association and Community Housing Improvement Program. He has also served as a lecturer for New York University's Real Estate Master's Program.