Welcome to the Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation

The Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation was established by Daniel's family to memorialize the values and vision that inspired Daniel. The Foundation strives to create a safer world by fighting terrorism through education, service, and sports initiatives.

Our Mission

Our mission is to educate people on the nature, tactics and goals of terrorism, promote global strategies for eradicating terrorism, and encourage socially responsible, ethically guided behaviors that contribute to a safe and peaceful world.

About Daniel Cantor Wultz

For 16 years, Daniel passionately engaged life. He was a loving son, devoted brother, and faithful friend. During his life, Daniel embraced each day with natural curiosity; sharp intellect; abundant optimism; respect, acceptance and love for others; faith and profound reverence. Although he left the physical world at a young age, Daniel's exceptional character, charm and influence touched people of all ages around the globe. Following his tragic death as a result of a terrorist attack, Daniel's family established the Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation as a vehicle to continue sharing Daniel's passions, values and wisdom with people of goodwill throughout the world.

 

About our Founders

Yekutiel “Tuly” Wultz

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ekutiel “Tuly” Wultz is an Israeli patriot who served his nation as an IDF artillery officer in the 1973 Yom Kippur War. He later participated in elite Special Operations and Paratrooping units that served on the frontlines in the early war against terror. Mr. Wultz is a seventh generation, Jerusalem-born native whose father’s family were Holocaust survivors from Hungary. After completing his service in the IDF, Mr. Wultz trained security personnel protecting Israeli consulates in the United States. He also continued his education through academic work at Duke and Florida International University. For the past 25 years, Mr. Wultz built his professional career as a certified investment and insurance advisor. He is an active member of Chabad of Weston (Florida) and a volunteer Cantor for Jewish Holidays at Young Israel of Aventura (Florida). Mr. Wultz was injured in the April 2006 terrorist attack at a Tel Aviv café that took the life of his son, Daniel. Following the tragic loss of his son, Mr. Wultz has spared no effort to memorialize Daniel’s life and values. He is co-founder of the Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation.

Sheryl Cantor Wultz

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heryl Cantor Wultz, a third generation American from Miami, was participating in her first trip abroad on an Archaeological dig and study near Jerusalem in 1977 when an unexpected Sabbath dinner invitation brought her together with Tuly. Four years later, they married. Her life has been a journey of service, contribution and tangible acts to repair the world. After earning her undergraduate degree from the prestigious Duke University, Mrs. Wultz went on to earn a law degree from the University of Miami. She clerked for the Honorable William Hoeveler, a leading member of the U.S. District Court. After launching a successful private law practice, Mrs. Wultz chose to withdraw from private practice to focus her energies on caring for her son, Daniel, during his early years. Her talents and expertise has been regularly sought after, leading her to play key roles in major South Florida public and private enterprises, including Ryder Systems, Broward Community College, and the Dade and Broward County Value Adjustment Boards where she continues to serve as a Special Master. She was a longtime board member of the David Posnack Hebrew Day School and an active member of Chabad of Weston. She is co-founder and Director of the Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation.

 
 
 
 

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