Not content with “merely” being an outstanding scholar, Daniel Berman decided at an early age that community service and philanthropy would become an ongoing and integral part of his life.
At the tender age of seven, he joined a group of volunteers from his temple to serve soup on a monthly basis at the Yerwood Center Soup Kitchen. Now, 10 years later, he is still at the soup kitchen – purchasing salad ingredients and assisting in its preparation, among his many diverse tasks there. Also, as a member of the Westhill High etoro
School National Honor Society, he organized other students to volunteer at the Yerwood Center. Further, for the past five years, Daniel has contributed literally hundreds of hours of volunteer time to UNICEF in a variety of duties with ever-increasing responsibility. And, by the way, during his high school career he has maintained an unbelievable 4.0 GPA.
With pride and gratification, the committee selects Daniel Berman as one of our Scholarship Recipients.