Chai Lifeline
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Families of Chai Lifeline Five Towns and Queens enjoyed a Back-to-School Bowling event on Sunday at Woodmere Bowling. more
This year at Camp Simcha Special I had the privilege of writing a newsletter for the camp. While I was able to enjoy my time there, my main focus was making sure that the newsletter looked … more
Children with serious illnesses and their families got into the Chanukahspirit this past Sunday at Chai Lifeline’s annual party for the holiday. … more
Despite the rainy weather and the fact that 17-year-old Peri Finkelstein is on life support and generally confined to a wheelchair, she went the distance last week, walking the last mile of the Chai … more
At the Shulamith School for Girls, students found a fresh opportunity to help others when the G.O. organized a fun-filled Kislev event that included a chesed project — creating craft kits for … more
Cedarhurst attorney Howard M. Adelsberg asks that we consider helping Chai Lifeline. His reasons are both personal and communal. Dear Friends: In November 2001 my wife and I were told the … more
With great tragedy often comes great insight, and such is represented in Rabbi Yehuda Boruch Kamenetzky’s just-released book, “Brainstorm: A deadly tumor. A young man. A story of … more
DRS’s annual Green vs. White Game, pitting the Freshman and Senior Wildcats against the Juniors and Sophomores, raised money for Chai Lifeline, whose mission is to restore the light of … more
I had a choice to make. Do I write about the Mets this week? Or do I wait and see how they fare in The World Series. With my article due on the eve of the first game, I figure with all the … more
Next Wednesday and Thursday, 334 riders from around the country and Canada — including several from the Five Towns — will participate in the fifth annual Bike4Chai, a two day, 180 mile bike ride that raises money for the children of Chai Lifeline. more
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