Maos Chitim Fund

Young Lubavitch Chevra of SoCal has the Zechus and humble responsibility of caring for one another in the ultimate act of Achdus, providing for the physical needs of our peers during a time of need, especially at a time when it is required most, like Pesach.

These difficult economic times have spared few, and there are many families within our Young Chevra community that can use assistance. Many of them are unwilling to ask for support or simply don’t know where to turn for assistance. As a group of friends, it is up to us to provide that helping hand.

Young Chevra is once again privileged to have the opportunity to meet this important need for Pesach. It is up to us to assist our Young Chevra peers in a discreet and respectful way. If you are able to, we urge you to please contribute as much as possible towards this worthy cause. Every dollar you contribute will be distributed directly to a fellow Young Chevra family in need of funds for Pesach.

A preliminary list of recipients has already been compiled. If you, or anyone you know, can benefit from this fund, please contact Jonathan Herzog yourhq@gmail.com, Yitzy Geisinsky yitzy1@gmail.com, or your local Young Chevra representative. Your submission will be treated with the greatest discretion, dignity and respect.

Please click here to make your tax deductible contribution via PayPal. Or make checks payable to: Young Chevra – Pesach Fund 16553 Hartsook St., Encino, CA 91436

Thanks to the generous support of an anonymous benefactor, we are pleased to announce that this year Young Chevra will be able to assist many families purchase children’s clothes for Yom Tov. If you or anyone you know can benefit from this grant, please notify Jonathan Herzog, Yitzy Geisinsky or your local Young Chevra representative before Sunday, March 10th.

A Duch will be submitted to the Ohel by Yud Aleph Nissan with the amount of money collected.

Thank you in advance for your kind participation.

Yitzy Geisinsky
Coordinator: Maos Chitim Fund

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