Philanthropist Eitan Neishlos: 'Everyone here has something to give'

Neishlos spoke of the importance of participation in the Jewish community, especially among the younger generation.

 Eitan Neishlos, Fintech investor, innovator and philanthropist, is seen addressing the Jerusalem Post annual conference at the Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem, on October 12, 2021. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)
Eitan Neishlos, Fintech investor, innovator and philanthropist, is seen addressing the Jerusalem Post annual conference at the Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem, on October 12, 2021.
(photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)

Addressing the audience at the 10th Jerusalem Post Annual Conference, held at the Museum of Tolerance, Australian fintech investor and entrepreneur Eitan Neishlos spoke of his work in the fintech industry and how his business and investment work is imbued with a social conscience.

While the projected date for the opening of the Museum of Tolerance has long passed, the Museum of the Museum of Tolerance is now open to visitors (credit: Wikimedia Commons)While the projected date for the opening of the Museum of Tolerance has long passed, the Museum of the Museum of Tolerance is now open to visitors (credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Neishlos recounted how the story of his grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, who was saved by a righteous Christian family who hid her from the Nazis, inspired him to help others.

He is a major supporter of JNFuture in Australia, which empowers young adults committed to Zionism and the Land of Israel.

Yet another example of his commitment to Jewish values and leadership is his leadership of Courage to Care, a B’nai B’rith initiative that educates Australians about the dangers of prejudice, racism and discrimination.

Neishlos spoke of the importance of participation in the Jewish community, especially among the younger generation.

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“Everyone here has something to give and contribute. We must step up – it is our turn.”