The Mystery Winning Ebay Bidder For Israeli Olympic Medalist’s Name Patch Emerges

Rechnitz have become internationally known from buying 400 soldiers hot meals during a stop-over in an airport in Shannon, Ireland

Yarden Gerbi bites her bronze Olympic medal (Photo Oren Aharoni) (2)

 

Shlomo Rechnitz, a Los Angeles entrepreneur and philanthropist, bought the Olympic autographed patch of Israeli bronze medalist judoka Yarden Gerbi for $52, 100.

Twenty-two people placed 87 bids during the weeklong auction on eBay that closed Monday. At first the buyer was not identified.

Rechnitz bought the name patch and donated the money to the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center. The interesting business figure will be putting the name patch back on Ebay to sell again. Every penny of the proceeds will be going to the very same hospital in Tel Aviv to be used to purchase medical equipment.

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Rechnitz have become internationally known from buying 400 soldiers hot meals during a stop-over in an airport in Shannon, Ireland. In January 2016,  Rechnitz purchased nearly 18, 000 Powerball tickets for every employee and resident of his California nursing home empire. Rechnitz owns Park Avenue Healthcare & Wellness Center in Pomona.

 

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This inspirational storis is one that ought to be disseminated. It illustrates that you need not be a millionaire or billionaire to make a difference. Philanthropy and charity can come in all forms – and it’s all the more powerful when we each give what we’re able to. In this story, an Olympic Bronze Medalist gave her name tag. And a gold-hearted philanthropist did his part, giving over $50, 000 ($52, 100) of his hard-earned money.
Rechnitz said “Everyone must learn from Yarden how to use their skills to help people in need.”

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