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Popack Enhances Chesed Center

The Ahavas Chesed Center on Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights has recently been updated thanks to a generous donation by businessman Yossi Popack. Full Story

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yossi
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yossi

we all love the work you do yossi

wow
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wow

G-d should bless them with continued success!

Hours ?
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Hours ?

Is it only open between 5:30 & 7:30 ?

CH'er
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CH'er

now how about extending this chessed project to open the olace up to people who cant afford to make simchas ,like a bar-mitzva,etc in a regular hall, and would love to have a decent place to invite relatives and guests for a pittance-which is unfortunately all they can afford, and this way “no child will be left behind” and no parents will cry at their situation..that would also be true chessed!

interesting concept
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interesting concept

this is a very interesting concept. Its not just tzedaka, but its also a place where all people can come, and those who are advantaged (able to be on the helping side) can be there, show their support, as well as help out monetarily.
yashar koach. its a living mitzva which will go on and on!!
Its like Devorah Benjamin of KSCVK who helps the needy and the advantaged, and she makes sure that nobody knows who needs and who gives, helps. Beautiful. Halevai for hatzlacha rabbah

helping hand
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helping hand

what they also need there are volunteers to help to serve the needy, and the not so needy, that come in to get off the streets and have a hot meal and a warm conversation and a ear to hear them and a shoulder to lean on these, and other such things, are what they do there this could be why it is only open those hours – not enough man power to take care of everyone also there is a way to rent the place for a lot less but again having a business; and every non-profit is also… Read more »

there is a purpose
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there is a purpose

if you will give the hall for simchas then how could you stay open to feed needy people if you have to prepare simchos and even after 7:30 it still takes alot of time to prepare????

CH'er
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CH'er

well, no.7, perhaps the hours could be moved up to 5-7,then an hour for cleanup, and setup for the simcha..this requires much thought, and perhaps someone has some sugggestions as to how this could be worked out..is there room in the back, for instance?

ashreinu
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ashreinu

How wonderful,to care for another …
How great to share the brochas which ”hakodesh borechhu” has entrusted you with to do exactly what you are doing .
Im sure that the brochas that u have merited will increase ”’mao peomim kocho” and more …gd has found a messenger he can trust .
”vhakoisi lochem brocho ad bli dai,,,,

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