Many in the New Brunswick area are familiar with Sam Boraie’s leadership in the real estate field owing to the success of the Boraie Development firm. But as PR News reveals, there is another side to Boraie, one that offers insight into his true character: his contribution to the community at large.
Boraie serves on the Board of Trustees for State Theatre New Jersey (https://www.statetheatrenj.org/board-of-trustees), a non-profit organization with the stated purpose “to enrich the lives of people from diverse backgrounds in New Jersey and to contribute to a vital urban environment.” The organization works toward these goals by presenting both national and international artists, promoting arts education programs, and providing a central New Jersey venue that encourages a life-long involvement with the performing arts. Boraie strongly believes in the importance of such programs, which have far-reaching effects in the community. Upcoming events at the State Theatre include Demetri Martin’s “Let’s Get Awkward” comedy tour, Glen Burtnik’s Beatles bash, and several free summer movies, including “The Incredibles,” “Mary Poppins,” and “The Secret Life of Pets.”
Sam Boraie also holds a seat on the advisory board for Elijah’s Promise, a non-profit organization that serves the New Brunswick community. Elijah’s Promise started as a volunteer-run soup kitchen, and it continues to provide thousands of nutritious, fresh, and quality meals each year to the hungry in New Brunswick. Over time, Elijah’s Promise has expanded its mission to include providing the community with education and jobs in the culinary and baking arts, as well as engaging in social efforts to promote healthful and sustainable food enterprises.
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View the Boraie Development company profile on Bloomberg.com.