Dear Chai4ever, I got back from my vacation today and I wanted to express my sincerest heartfelt appreciation while the memories are still most fresh. It’s been a very difficult year as you know. An uphill battle every step of the way. But you have been a ray of sunshine in this most difficult journey. Your suppers and the big sis and all the little things have been gentle reminders of care and encouragement. And yet there are times when the difficulties come in such heavywaves that it threatens to engulf everything. The past few weeks more info
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Dear Rabbi Levi, It took some time to sit down and email as the work and exhaustion that follow Pesach, take a toll. I take the time to write today, not because I have “spare time” for “extra things”. I take the time because it’s important to me. It’s important for you to know what your organization means to both me and my children. Since I’ve been diagnosed, one of the biggest things that kept my kids going, was Chai4ever trips. I made every effort to arrange for them to join, being well aware how crucial more info
Chai4ever's Pre-Purim Carnival was bursting at the seams with fun and excitement! Inflatables and moon shoes kept our children flying high, while Chai4ever volunteers made their spirits soar with lively singing and dancing! Games and treats of all types made sure no one was bored.
“Adar can be a time of despair and isolation for families who can’t embrace the joyous spirit of Purim,” explained Rabbi Shmuel Zaks, Executive Vice President and Founder of Chai4ever. “Our goal during this time was not only to relieve our children and families' pain, but more info
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