Sam Boraie is vice president of New Jersey’s Boraie Development. He is also well known for his philanthropic efforts. Boraie is commuted to making the urban areas of New Jersey viable and positive environments for the people who live and work in them.
Among his other activities, Sam Boraie serves on the advisory board of Elijah’s Promise. This is a nonprofit charity based in New Brunswick, New Jersey. According to their website, this organization uses food to alleviate hunger, promote justice and empower people. Elijah’s Promise was created in 1969 as a joint project of three area churches: St. John’s Episcopal, Christ Episcopal and Emmanuel Lutheran. They operate a soup kitchen and a pay-as-you-can cafe that serve over 100,000 meals annually. In addition, the organization runs a culinary arts school and catering service that train low income people for careers in the food service industry.
Sam Boraie also serves on the Board of Trustees of State Theatre New Jersey. For many years, this nonprofit institution has served New Brunswick and other communities in central New Jersey. Their mission is to provide an opportunity for people from all walks of life to enjoy national and international performing artists. In addition, New Jersey State Theatre offers arts education programs.
Sam Boraie and Boraie Development sponsor a series of free movies at the State Theatre each summer during July and August. In 2016, the Tuesday program drew a total of more than 7,000 children and adults. Audiences were treated to showings of family-oriented films like “Babe,”ET” and “Aladdin.” More details can be found on Bloomberg.
According to Central Jersey Working Moms, Boraie Development is a family owned urban real estate development company based in New Brunswick. As vice president, Sam Boraie continues a tradition of more than four decades of efforts to redevelop and revitalize the urban centers of New Brunswick and other cities in New Jersey. Among its accomplishments is the construction of over one million square feet of in town residences. Visit: http://centraljerseyworkingmoms.com/the-visions-of-omar-boraie/
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