Mar 7, 2018
Widowed Shlucha Carries On

Sarah Freedman, who lost her husband at the age of 57, is continuing to serve the remote community of Bahia Blanca, Argentina.

Dear Friend,

We are reaching out to ask you to help a dear friend of ours, Sarah Freedman.

She and her husband, Rabbi Moshe Freedman were sent by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to re-energize the remote Jewish community of Bahia Blanca, Argentina, 500 miles south of Buenos Aires.

Since 1986, the Freedmans have been a lifeline to the Jews there, successfully inspiring the community and extending financial and spiritual support to hundreds of working-class Jewish families.

After the sad and tragic passing of her husband in July 2016 at age 57, Sarah is still committed to the mission they were entrusted with, to nurture and provide Jewish life, to the community which they have served so loyally for past 30 years.

Many people are now relying on Sarah for aid and support, a good word, and deep insights. But she cannot do it alone...

We are helping her reach out to build a network of generous supporters to raise $120,000 to support the family's personal needs and their Shlichus (mission.) Please consider a generous donation or a monthly gift that will give them the stability they need to carry on.

Your tax-deductible donation can be made securely at Chabadbahia.com. Checks can also be sent to:

Chabad Argentina Fund
4481 University Pkwy.
Cleveland, Ohio 44118

In the merit of this important mitzvah, may Hashem bless you with good health and abundant blessings.

Thank you in advance for your kindness.

Sincerely,
Friends of Sarah

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1
no doubt a shlucha and shluchim family, dugma chaya for ALL
the dedication Sara has to each individual on her shlichus is
not caparable to anything i have heard in the past 35 yrs of my shlichus.
truly an example of being the Rebbe´s soldier, day and night with no limits of ibergegebnkeit
whoever participates in this shlichus can rest assured the money goes to do amazing, unpublicized , true Rebbes Rotzon
(3/7/2018 2:20:50 PM)
2
Thank you for posting
Collive,
thank you for posting this meaningful and relevant content.
may you be blessed to continue only in that direction always, and to realize your responsibility and impact.
this video is JUST what i needed to see today, thank you
(3/7/2018 3:04:58 PM)
3
Give generously.
Such a special family!
I know they work really hard in Bahia Blanca, Argentina.
They desperately need funds to continue their holy work!!!!
All Tzedokas are a Mitzvah but to help an Almona is the greatest of all!!!
(3/7/2018 6:35:48 PM)
4
Sara
Sara is such an amazing woman. Always helping her community, her mekurovim who became frum and moved away to Buenos Aires, her fellow shluchos while also taking care of her kids.
(3/8/2018 4:00:19 AM)
5
Great people!
A shliach from Argentina
(3/8/2018 3:40:56 PM)
6
She is amazing
I had the zchus to be in Bahia Blanca 10 years ago. She is an amazing woman, very sweet. I can’t forget her little kid at the age of 5 or 6 helping a a toll man to put tfillin.
(3/8/2018 6:54:39 PM)
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