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This Chof Av, support Tiferes Zekainim Levi Yitzchok, the only moisad founded by our Rebbe in memory of his Father.

Raising $60,000
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$52,736

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Thank You to our donors

  • Shmuel Lifshitz

    $50
  • yitchak Gorovitz

    $54
  • Frank Levy

    $25
  • Anonymous

    $1
  • חנה אנקווה

    ₪20
  • אלי אוחיון

    ₪120
  • Chaim Baras

    $76
  • דוד פולק

    ₪50
  • Susan Stewart

    $25
  • Anonymous

    $40
  • Eliezer Staav

    $18
  • Rochel Bernstein

    $180
  • Yechi hamelech Ezagui

    $40
  • Naftoli Charytan

    $40
  • Sholtiel Lebovic

    $180
  • Eli & Tzivia Block

    $10
  • Nechama Avichzer

    $20
  • yisroel silverstein

    $40
  • Sarah Chana Schreiber

    $50
  • Alejandro Schuartzman

    $40
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The Rebbe expressed, on multiple occasions, the unique opportunity that those who are advanced in years have as they can sit and learn Torah without much distraction.

40 years ago, acting on this sentiment, the Rebbe established Tiferes Zekainim Levi Yitzchak. The organization is named after the Rebbe's father, Reb Levik, and its purpose is to cater to the needs of the elderly within the community.

The Rebbe emphasized that while the word ‘Retired’ can be understood to mean tired, unaccomplished and not a valuable asset to society. In reality, it is no further from the truth. Retirement, the Rebbe countered, when used effectively can be an incredible force of good within the individual, and within the world.

Now, Kollel Tiferes Zekainim needs your help. Join the Chaf Av Appeal to ensure that the Kollel can continue to operate in a sustainable manner.

Participants in the Chof Av appeal who donate $40 or more will be automatically entered into a raffle to receive a very unique and memorable prize, a bottle of mashke from the Rebbe.

The contents of a bottle of mashke cannot be preserved over Pesach due to restrictions that apply to the selling of anything received from the Rebbe’s holy hand. As such, the lucky winner will receive the very bottle that the Rebbe gifted to an individual, without the mashke inside.

 
 
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