When children with special needs are educated with love and concern, who benefits? When people can turn to friends for help in times of physical or emotional distress, who benefits? When individuals can feel accepted and welcomed regardless of financial, religious or cultural status, who benefits? When vibrant Jewish communities are established and flourish in our midst, who benefits?…
Dear friend, we all benefit. The above ideals comprise the very essence of Chabad and its annual dinner. Over the years, Chabad has grown in leaps and bounds because people increasingly recognize and appreciate its warmth and non-judgmental philosophy.
Children are being educated in lively Jewish environments at our early childhood center, Hebrew schools, Cheder, summer day camps and youth programs. Adults are attending Chabad’s classes, lectures, luncheons and personalized study sessions. Families are discovering a new Jewish dimension to their lives through our synagogue and outreach programs. Seniors are enjoying weekly programs and home visits.
However, if our community is to continue to reap these benefits, we need your help.
On Sunday, 16 Shevat, February 12, Chabad will be hosting its annual Dinner celebration, at the Sephardic Temple Grand Ballroom, marking 22 years of commitment to our community. While we look with pride at the many accomplishments we have experienced in the past, we focus on the future with a vision of growth.
This event is our primary source of funds for the year. It is also a joyous and heartwarming occasion. We call upon you to participate generously in this vital campaign by joining us and contributing generously - click here. All contributions will be recognized appropriately in the Scroll of Honor.
Chabad is a partnership organization. We offer you a share in our “Mitzvos” and “nachas,” for it is only through your support that our outreach and educational activities can continue and flourish.
Our esteemed honorees Merabi-Meir & Medaya-Sara Faynshtayn, Harry & Vivien Finkelman, Avi & Janet Weiss, Danny & Perela Mergi and I look forward to receiving your kind response and greeting you personally at our celebration. Thank you in advance for your generosity and may G‑d, in turn, bless you with good health, happiness and prosperity.
Rabbi S. Zalman Wolowik