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Wednesday, 14 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 17, 2019

    20-Year-Old Making Own Wedding

    20 year old Racheli Y. lost both parents in one year, now she is attempting to plan and pay for her own wedding. Full Story

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    Aaron
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    Aaron

    BS”D Mail check?

    Help is on the way
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    Help is on the way

    Please contact Devorah Benjamin of KSCVK.

    Address fir checks
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    Address fir checks

    The address is:

    4415 14th Avenue,
    Brooklyn, NY, 11219

    You can make the check out to “Kupat Hair Foundation #7023”.

    And Kupat Ha’ir does receive a commission to cover the administrative costs and overhead.

    And each campaign has a separate account, allowing the donations to be easily distinguishable.

    Great organization
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    Great organization

    There is a wonderful organization called Avigdor’s Helping Hand that is specifically set up to help orphans with wedding expenses. http://www.avigdorshelpinghand.org
    Hatzlacha Raba!

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    May you have a happy lovely joyous marriage. And may you feel comforted forever. Raise your children in the chinuch of the Rebbe MHM!

    A very old BT
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    A very old BT

    Hopefully, the community will do it part to get you started on your journey together. We were so young, our parents refused to make our wedding. My mother bom gave in and had a tiny reception in the house after a,strange ceremony in a reform Rabbi’s living room. Everything we owned we bought ourselves. Do I miss having a big fancy wedding? Not one second. What I have is a strong and beautiful 53 marriage to my best friend and partner in life. My oldest daughter felt sorry for me and told me her wedding was mine. May your years… Read more »

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