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In Memory Of My Dear Brother Moshe Simcha A"h

Naftali Moskowitz | Baltimore, MD

Although I have been cycling for close to 5 years, this past summer I was given a special opportunity of joining my 13 year old brother on a 175 mile bike ride to benefit the children at Camp Simcha. Unfortunately this past December Moshe's life was taken in a fatal car accident.
Moshe was a boy who was determined to go above and beyond in everything that he did. Wether it was his learning, his kindness or just his shining smile he always went the extra mile to make sure that things were done right and that nobody was hurt. He cared for others, and was always thinking of ways that he could help.

As a zchus and and honor for Moshe Simcha Ben Doniel Dov Ber, I will be pushing my self to go the extra mile. I am going to ride 175 miles and do my very best to go the extra mile and raise $18,000!!! To benefit the sick and I'll children of Chai Lifeline.

I will be biking to camp on Wednesday and Thursday, August 16th & 17th. I hope you will help me reach this goal. All donations are 100% tax-deductible.

Please contribute by clicking on the donate button now.

Thank you for supporting me and doing so, helping children and their families cope with the diagnosis, treatment and aftermath of serious pediatric illness.

Best Regards,

PS. For more information regarding this ride please visit



raised of $18,000 goal


1. Anonymous
2. David Altshuler
3. Law Offices of Bruce M. Robinson & Associates
4. Law Offices of Bruce M. Robinson & Associates
5. Jerry Wolasky
In memory of Moshe Simcha The Wolasky/Morhaim/Rubenstein Families
6. The Red Carpet and Flooring
Captain of

Team Moshe


Fundraising History

Total Amount Raised since 2013
raised in 2016
raised in 2015
raised in 2014
raised in 2013

Honorary Riding Partner


Age: 12

Meet Coby, a Camp Simcha sports fan, who had the pleasure of meeting Jacoby Jones with his Chai Lifeline counselor. This 12 year old spends his day catching up on school, tracking his teams, chilling with friends, and beating cancer. Coby is anxiously looking forward to his second year at Camp Simcha.
71 donors