This summer, I am excited to take part in Bike4Chai, an exhilarating 100-mile cycling event benefiting the children and families of Chai Lifeline. Every mile I ride and every dollar I raise 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 $5,000, 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
Your love and desire, makes me aspire to be more like you, the ultimate jew. I don’t understand how it’s possible your always lending a helping hand. Being your cousin makes me truly feel grand, I’m your number 1 fan!
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11.Naomi & Yitzchak Yehoshua
In honour of R’ Shui Rubin HaTzaddik.
Thank you for carving out time from your busy work schedule and being my teacher/chavruta learning masechet bava metzia during lunch time every day in the summer of 2015.
Hashem should bless you with tremendous success in all your endeavors!
I’m donating in honor of the best father in the whole world! I’m so proud of you Abba! You not only shteig constantly but you are always doing tons of chessed for the tzibbur. I hope to be able to bike with you one day (but not in spandex!)