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Tehilla Rothenstein

Tehilla Rothenstein

The smile of a child is so pure. Does your heart skip a beat when you hear of a child who is suffering? Mine does. I want to be part of bringing a smile, a moment of joy, to the face of a child.

I have had the opportunity to volunteer for various Chai Lifeline Canada events over the past months. I have seen these events bring much needed smiles to the faces of the Chai LIfeline families. I would like to do more for this remarkable organization. I am training to run in the Lifetime Miami Marathon to raise money for Chai Lifeline, a wonderful organization dedicated to helping very sick children and their families. I asked my mother to join me in this, at times seemingly colossal, undertaking. I know the training will be difficult, but together, my mom and I will take every step of that marathon for the kids!

By donating to our fundraising pages, you will be the reason I will be realizing my goal of helping this great organization in a big way!
So please, push the donate button and help me put smiles on the faces of sick children. Let's do this together! Let's make dreams come true.



My family has been a tremendous inspiration to me in making my decision to train to run in the marathon. I will be joining the third generation of Chai Lifeline volunteers. My grandfather, Poppy (Dr. Elliot Dickman), helped Camp Simcha get off the ground by facilitating the necessary medical insurance to ensure a safe and secure environment for the medical procedures to be administered in camp. To show their hakaras hatov, Chai Lifeline honored my Poppy at their gala dinner.
My grandmother, Grandma (Mrs. Esther Rothenstein), cooks food for Chai Lifeline Canada families on a regular basis.
My aunt, Chana Rothenstein, volunteers in so many ways for Chai Lifeline including coordinating the meals made and delivered for the Chai Lifeline Canada families.
My mom and her four siblings have volunteered in many ways for Chai Lifeline including Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special.

Now it is my turn!

I truly appreciate you taking the time to read this email. You probably received one or more emails relating to donating to a Chai Lifeline marathon runner. Please take the time to consider making a suggested and very appreciated donation of $100 to my page and my mom’s page to help us reach our combined goal of $8,000.


Please read below to find out more about Chai Lifeline.

Chai Lifeline is a wonderful organization that provides year–round emotional, social, and financial support to more than 5,800 children and their families every year. Chai Lifeline´s programs and activities change their lives forever, returning joy and hope and enabling them to live full and happy lives despite the presence of illness. Its most famous program is Camp Simcha and its sister camp, Camp Simcha Special. Every year these two camps offer nearly 500 kids a chance to forget about illness and just be kids again. To get a better idea of what Chai Lifeline does for families, please watch the videos below. I know they will touch your heart the way they touched mine.

Thank you again for reading this email and taking the time to consider your donation.
May all of these tremendous acts of kindness bring the ultimate salvation speedily in our time.

All My Best,
Tehilla Rothenstein



raised of $4,000 goal


1. Anonymous
We are so proud of you!!! Keep up the great work!
2. Advantage Maintenance Products
What a great cause and good for you for taking on this challenge! Best of Luck from Advantage Maintenance Products.
3. Stephen Klunowski
4. Monte Tator
5. Noah Kadish
Mazal tov Tehilla!
6. Faigie Grunwald
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