Families of Chai Lifeline Five Towns and Queens enjoyed a Back-to-School Bowling event on Sunday at Woodmere Bowling.
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 …
By Nechama Bluth | 8/30/23
Children with serious illnesses and their families got into the Chanukahspirit this past Sunday at Chai Lifeline’s annual party for the holiday. …
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 …
By Rossana Weitekamp | 2/8/17
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 …
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 …
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 …
By Tiferet Schafler | 6/8/16
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 …
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 …
By Judy Joszef | 10/28/15
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.
Submitted by a participant | 7/23/14