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$1 Million Pledged to Tuition Fund

$1 million was pledged to the tuition crisis fund in Crown Heights, Rabbi Moshe Lieblich says and shared heartbreaking stories. Full Story, Video

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Amazing!!!
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Amazing!!!

We need achdus in the community…

Video
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Video

Very moving video
Thank you Rabbi Lieblich

Truely Amazing!
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Truely Amazing!

RABBI LEIBLACH you are amazing!!!thank you so much for putting yourself out there and doing this on behalf of our community may Hashem give u continued kochos to keep doing this holy work & be matzliach!!!!

Wow!!!
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Wow!!!

Honestly did not think it was possible, even I’m impressed, and I was very critical.

Kol hakavod
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Kol hakavod

Keep up the great work!

Keep it coming!
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Keep it coming!

Let’s all do everything we can to reach this goal. Everyone needs to see this. This should have more coverage than other news.
It’s the solution!

So impressed
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So impressed

Rabbi Lieblich seems so real, so caring, so down to earth and so determined. This will happen! Incredible. Wishing all those involved much hatzlacha!

Congratulations
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Congratulations

Congratulations on the conditional pledge you are working on. Please keep us posted when you have the actual commitment

Incredible
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Incredible

I am so impressed to see this happening. Thank you
Bli neder I will make a donation
Zm

Tuition Deductible
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Tuition Deductible

Are donations to the fund tuition deductible?

Crying
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Crying

My children are older now! I am crying watching this… I wish o had this… My children know the shame of not being allowed to start school at the beginning of the year because there was no money for tuition!
R’ Lieblich I didn’t think it was possible… Now I do!!!
Wow! I bless you Rabbi!

Just a suggestion
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Just a suggestion

The school my kids attend (not Chabad) recently went through their own financial crisis, by no means as large as in ch, I’m talking about late paycheck a by 3 weeks. There solution was raise tuition. Tuition is 8k which is very low as far as Jewish schools go. Obviously the small annual tuition raises didn’t solve the crisis and only left parents frustrated. So the parents banded together, created their own board and hired an independent person to look into school finances. This person goes to failing organizations and helps restructure them. In the few months of financially restructuring… Read more »

Wow
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Wow

I’m in awe of what you’re doing!! A HUGE yasher koach!!

can u help me pay for tuition this year?
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can u help me pay for tuition this year?

how can i reach you?

Action
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Action

Can we have some explanation of the process and how parents will be notified as to what they need to do in order for the funds to reach their tuition account? I would be interested in understanding the flow of the 250k that is already available and it’s seamless and timely transition to the tuition account of a parent. I do not have a child in school but these are questions that any donor would would ask.

A. Realist
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A. Realist

This is certainly one way to fix an adaptive problem with a technical solution. It is quite obvious that this is nothing more than a temporary fix. The reality is that we have a problem of give a man and fish vs. teach a man to fish problem in our schooling system that we keep trying to prop up with charity money. The compound interest on one million dollars is only $40,741.54 a year (4%), what exactly is that going to solve? The correct way to invest this money, that will hopefully give is a far higher rate of return… Read more »

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