In order to recognize the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce’s contributions to the city of New York, Mayor Eric Adams signed and handed out a citation.
In a citation given to them, the mayor praised the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and the thriving Jewish community in NYC.
“New York City grows on the foundation of its diversity,” the mayor wrote.
“We are extremely proud of our strong Jewish community that contributes vastly to every facet of life in our wonderful city.
The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce is a crucial ally in my administration’s effort to guarantee that people from all backgrounds, ethnicities, and beliefs have equal opportunities to prosper and thrive.
The mayor expressed his optimism that he and the chamber would still be able to do a great deal more, noting the wide breadth and real impact of the chamber’s efforts.
“This organization works to promote and uplift the Jewish community’s companies and working professionals in New York and around the world,” he said.
“It has greatly benefited the five boroughs. I’m eager to see how the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and our Jewish community will work together to create a better, more promising, fair, and inclusive future for all. Jewish community leaders who had gathered to commemorate Jewish Heritage Month were there when the Mayor signed and gave the award during NYC Jewish Heritage Month at Gracie Mansion.