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Spread Goodness, Light, Torah & Mitzvos on the Shoreline!

It is customary during the High Holiday season to increase our charitable giving. Many synagogues hold a traditional “appeal.”  Chabad does not limit its programming to any one synagogue or group of people, so we make our “appeal” to anyone who cares about Jewish life on the Shoreline. If you have already sent in a donation, thank you!

During this High Holidays season your support provides  a range of programs and services that ensure that everyone who wants to can celebrate this month of Holidays in the best possible manner.

Over 2000 Holiday Guides for everyone on the Shoreline,  Safe outdoor High Holiday Servicesindividual shofar-blowing at Chabad. For those at home prayer books,  Jewish New Year Kits, & Children’s Programs will be distributed.    80 families will purchase or be gifted  Lulav and Esrog Set for Sukkot and we will have a large airy sukkah to allow everyone who can, to experience SukkotOur Sukkah mobiles will be visiting homes on the Shoreline over the  intermediate days of Sukkot.

Chabad of the Shoreline is committed to being a source of Jewish learning and living for everyone on the Shoreline. Thank you for making this happen! Chabad is 100% donation-driven.  We count on your generous support to provide an ever-widening circle of people with opportunities to connect or reconnect to their Judaism. At Chabad your donation goes far.

Thank you for partnering with us to spread goodness, light, Torah & Mitzvos across the Shoreline. May G-d bless you to be sealed for a year of abundance, joy and revealed good!

Yossi & Rochel Baila Yaffe
Chabad-Lubavitch of the Shoreline

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