All JHS events are held as fundraisers. JHS is grateful to all those who contribute their talents, venues and hospitality towards these events.
Due to COVID, JHS has suspended all events since February 2020, stay tuned.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Fingar
November 15, 2017
Exclusive gathering featuring a talk by former Chairman of the US National Intelligence Council Prof. Dr. Thomas Fingar, on “The Future of Secrecy”, hosted by Bank Rothschild, followed by a flying dinner.
May 16, 2017
3rd Golf Tournament Dolder Zurich. Led by JHS board member Karin, and accompanied by sunshine, this year's women's golf tournament generated much support and enthusiasm .
May 08, 2015
Fundraising event May 2015
October 10, 2014
Our fabulous JHS board member Karin is a tireless fundraiser
October 14, 2013
Lecture by Dr. M. Baumanns on "Philanthropy, Combining Business with Humanity" hosted by Rothschild Wealth Management, Zurich.
October 15, 2012
JHS held its second fund-raising event in collaboration with the Ecuadorian artist Tomas Ochoa. Ochoa was included in Exit Publication's 100 Best artists from Latin America.
Half day Seminar on Design, Art and Fashion, Interface between Art and Fashion and The most important dresses of the 20th century, with Dr. Susanne Schroedter A day in the life of the Zürich Opera House’s costume director, with Dorothea Nicolai Future fashion trends and how our society influences fashion, with fashion journalist Jeroen van Rooijen.
May 31, 2010
Vernissage and exhibition of photographs by German photographer Judith Stern.
November 08, 2009
Half day Art Seminar Taste and Market--who decides what is in fashion, with Dr. Dirk Boll, Managing Director of Christies, Zürich. The basics of collecting art, by Dr. Thomas Rusche, German Art Collector
March 09, 2009
Vernissage and exhibition of paintings by Los Angeles-based Swiss artist, Kurt Weber
September 03, 2008
Half-day seminar on Mega Memory, with renowned memory trainer Gregor Staub.
April 24, 2005
Vernissage and exhibition of oil paintings and limited edition photography for the occasion by Ecuadorian artist Tomas Ochoa.