Shlomo Brustowsky, he was a father, husband, son, brother, brother In law, and friend and is missed by all. I have taken upon myself to raise money for Chai Lifeline in his memory.
This summer, I will have the opportunity to partake in a life-changing event: a 180-mile bike ride through New Jersey, the Pocono Mountains, and Upstate NY. This is no ordinary ride; it’s an exhilarating cycling event ending at Camp Simcha, a remarkable overnight camp that provides seriously ill children with a vacation from sickness, restoring their spirits, and renewing their determination to fight cancer.
I didn’t know the extent of what Chai Lifeline does. That was until my brother, Shlomo A’H was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Chai Lifeline stepped in helping with rides, suppers, and support our family. Chai Lifeline helped make the grueling, intense days a little easier. Chai Lifeline understood what cancer meant when no one else did. I am biking to give back to Chai Lifeline, to show them thank you for helping my family when the need was so great.
Please donate in memory of my dear brother, Shlomo Eliyahu ben Aron Z'TL.
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