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Irving N. Boren

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Boren Foundation Inc

HQ Phone:  (310) 666-1300

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Boren Foundation / History & Management of the Boren Foundation

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The Foundation was funded and is managed by Irving N. Boren, B.A. Brooklyn College, M.A. University of Hawaii, post graduate studies N.Y.U School of Law, U.C.L.A School of Economics.
Served as Economics Director for the International Council of Voluntary Associations (ICVA), Geneva, Switzerland, Pres. of Boren & Co., Securities Brokers, Diversified Capital Corporation, Boren Foundation. In 1962 Irving N. Boren, served as Chief Economist of the International Council of Voluntary Associations, Geneva, Switzerland (ICVA); initiated a tax reform program benefiting 74 international charitable organizations. In 1976. Irving N. Boren serving both as President of the Boren Foundation and as International President of the Magen David Adom (Israel Red Cross) initiated a medical aid program for Lebanon, then embroiled in a civil war, which was intended to provide a "good neighbor" policy and establish a bridge between Israel & Lebanon a first step towards regional unity in the middle-east.


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