This summer, I am excited to take part in my twelfth Bike4Chai, an exhilarating 150-mile cycling event benefiting the children and families of Chai Lifeline. My ride is dedicated to Yehoshua, my grandson who arrived prematurely at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in September 2019 at a pound and a half. After spending eleven months in the NICU and Tracheostomy units, he finally came home for his first birthday. Although growing into a mischievous toddler with a charming personality, we look forward to the removal of his breathing and feeding tubes soon. I am also excited to be joined on this journey by my oldest grandson, Shlomo, who will be riding with me. My ride will help support more than two-dozen essential programs for more than 6,000 children and families confronting pediatric illness, crisis, and loss. These services include counseling and case management, meals delivered to hospitals and homes, transportation to medical appointments, emergency financial assistance, insurance advocacy, i-Shine afterschool programming, Big Brothers/Sisters, Project Chai crisis intervention, and Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special, Chai Lifeline’s flagship medically-supervised summer programs.
Life for a child with cancer, disability, or other serious illness is grueling. From the moment of diagnosis, Chai Lifeline’s dedicated staff and volunteers are there to provide joy, hope, and unparalleled care throughout the turbulent medical journey.
My objective is to raise $18,000, and I hope you will help me reach this goal. All donations are 100% tax-deductible.
Please contribute generously to this important cause by clicking on the donate button now. On behalf of the children of Chai Lifeline, thank you for your support.
PS. For more information regarding this ride please visit bike4chai.org
Best wishes to all for a safe and successful ride!
Great cause, best wishes for a safe event for everyone!
Good luck on your bikeathon.
You should b"h continue your great work for years to come.
Bernard & Chavi Englard
your intended dedication this year, for our grandson, should indeed be a zechus for his complete refuah shelaima. may all the pedalling you and Shlomo do, for this very unbelievable organization, indeed bring us closer to seeing Shua IYH 'catch up'. May Hashem bring refuah and yeshua, and most importantly in the zechus of all the chesed, tefillah and tzedakah around the world, bring us to Yerushalyim Habnuyah bimhaira beyameinu.
11.GEM Enrollments - Baruch Klahr
12.Chani Greenwald (Gabay)
In honor of the Mandels and Yehoshua!
14.Philip And Marcie Ernst
15.38 & 238
Thank you for all!!
16.Sussie And Benjamin Brecher Charity Account
Hope you have a great time riding with your grandson and the event is a great success. xo Judy and Larry
Because we know that the all the sweat and exertion of this ride pales in comparison to what the children of Camp Simcha are living with... Keep up your great work, and may you stay on the giving end only!!
Tizku Lamitzvot - Maybe one day !
64.Jamie And Moshe Rosenblum-Amsel
Have a safe ride!!!! Bring me along next year!
65.Chayim and Suzy Goldfeder
Refuah Shelaima to all Cholei Yisroel
Keep up your great work!
So impressive you keep doing this year after year!
70.Akiva & Suri
Tizku l'mitzvos!!! May Hashem give you the koach to keep on doing this biz 102!!!
71.Label and Vivian Steinhardt
Refuah Shlaima to cholai Yisroel. Hashem should continue to give you koach. Hatzlacha from Uncle Label and Aunt Vivian
72.Binyomin And Yocheved Goldenberg
GO DADDY!!! You are the best!! Enjoy your new riding partner!!
77.Chaskie & Hadassah Sprung
In Honor of Avrohom Goldwasser & his Eishes Chayil Estie!
78.David And Giti Bernstein
79.Shimon & Yehudis Levi
80.Shmuel And Leah Katz
81.Shmuel And Rivki Vann
Keep up the great work!! Hatzlocha!
83.Yitzchok & Rochel Fromovitz
You should see much nachas from Yehoshua, and from all your children and grandchildren.
86.Yisochor & Malkie
87.Yosef & Shanny Katzman
88.Shlomo Zager RH226
Keep an eye out for my brother!
Love, your favorite oldest granddaughter :)