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    Businessmen Back Tuition Fund

    Businessmen Ben Federman, Motti Korf and Uri Laber created a tuition fund for the Shluchim Office's Online School. On the committee: Chicago Shliach Yitzchok Wolf and others. Full Story

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    sounds good
    Guest
    sounds good

    what about all the shluchim that send their kids to school? and what about the shluchim that send their kids to zal and seminary there is no online school for that and its alot $$$$

    Shluchim
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    Shluchim

    It is great that the shluchim know how to take care of there own!

    simple fundraising - to 1
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    simple fundraising - to 1

    I would suggest to answer that the way it should work is that every mosad HAS to fundraise in order to subsidize the tuition cost of their school.

    In this case it’s the shluchim office moisad fundraising for THEIR online school to (finally, long overdue) cut the tuition prices they generally charge.

    yshar koach
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    yshar koach

    very nice and hatzlacha to all the staff of the shluchim office

    when when when
    Guest
    when when when

    when will the crown heights gvirim start waking up and help the chinuch mosdos in crown heights

    nice
    Guest
    nice

    Meh Chatu those who deal directly with schools and are struggling with tuition?is there a solution for them?

    Ben Federman
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    Ben Federman

    Ben yasher koach, for the millions you gave to JEM.

    Ben Federman
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    Ben Federman

    You rock – keep up the great work

    Nice
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    Nice

    How dare people disparage this tremendous Chesed. Shluchim live off fund raising, community outreach etc, CH residents work for a living (or ideally should). There is a huge difference. Of course both causes are good and not mutually exclusive but I understand Ben’s thinking.
    – Mendel

    Ben Federman
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    Ben Federman

    Thanx for all you do!

    yashar koach
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    yashar koach

    It is beautiful what they did but we takeh can also use some tution help for crown heights children and families

    ben federman
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    ben federman

    thanks for the millions you gave to the jem and the state of the art offices we work in!!

    Shliach
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    Shliach

    this is fantastic but i am still paying a premium for this great service!! when will the tuition go down?

    ben federman your a tzaddik
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    ben federman your a tzaddik

    thank you so much ben for being so generous in helping out in everything you can,may hashem bless you with everything you need!!

    to # 12 - what would you do with a million dollars - thanks ben
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    to # 12 - what would you do with a million dollars - thanks ben
    ben federman no words
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    ben federman no words

    wow thank you ,you dont know what thiss means to us shluchim who dont have a constant source of income its amazing how much u give thank you again from the depth of our hearts

    Shluchim's Online School
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    Shluchim's Online School

    This school is for children who live in areas so remote that they don’t even have a local school to go to, or children to play with. Kudo’s on this important project, and to the great people behind this school.

    Group membership
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    Group membership

    being a shliach puts you into a special catagory: tuition help, camp help, schluchim rate, etc., etc., I’m glad these businessmen are helping them, now I don’t have too at all, and instead try and meet my own house payments, food payments, children’s tuition….alas I don’t belong to a special group……

    follow their example
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    follow their example

    lets have more businesman follow these exemplary people’s example and have a tuition fund for poor people in NewYork and in every state

    THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
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    THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

    Wow! Wonderful people – thank you very much! And please, let us not forget the wonderful Baalei Tzedakah in Crown Heights, who unlike an earlier commenter implied, there are many that do many things for people that cannot pay tuition, buy clothes for their children, buy groceries, etc. What a wonderful community of Baalei Tzedakah – people who generally do not have a lot, but are extremely generous in helping others – albiet, many times without fanfare, or anonymously (sp?)

    Thanks Uri & Motti & Ben
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    Thanks Uri & Motti & Ben

    Es iz shoin gekumen di tzeit az Lubavitch zul huben aigene gvirim. You guys are extraordinarily generous, each in their own way.

    To #18
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    To #18

    Why do I feel that you never gave a cent to shluchim? Instead of spewing jealousy and worse, It would be a zechus for you to give a few dollars to shluchim. Although I support the mosdos in my city, I also give a little to shluchim and that is for me to have a share in their work.

    ben federman
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    ben federman

    and the others thank you soo much its really amazing what you are doing here and everywhere else

    to #18
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    to #18

    I hope you never know the pain and hopelessness a shliach feels when he has $93 in his bank account and needs to buy food for Shabbos, pay the electric and water bills, fill up his car with gas (public transportation?? only in big cities!) and can’t allow himself to think about the classes and programs he is pushing off ’till someone with a big heart gives a donation. The fact that he doesn’t have to worry about his kids’ chinuch is an unbelievable bracha. We are the only frum people for 680 miles all around, my kids only frum… Read more »

    I want to go to NY
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    I want to go to NY

    Once I asked a Shliach, what is the hardest thing for you on your shlichus mission? With out thinking twice he answered: “When my oldest daughter (6 years of age) tells me: “Tatty, I want to go to NY so I can see other Kinderlach”… Tears came to my eyes… They live in a place with very few Jewish children. Imagine, her Jewish friend whom she is waiting every day so excitingly to see (not even to play with) are those who live in the same remote areas just like her and can’t wait to get to the online school.… Read more »

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