You just clicked my link and just for that I will say Thank You!
So it’s just good old me with a large shoe to fill. Some of you know that we lost our dear grandfather recently Chaim Eluzar Ben Yehuda Tzvi A”H. Zeidy has been such a light in our lives and I’m so fortunate that we got to spend his last Yom Tov Pesach with him in London. Zeidy was known for his smile and dedication on helping establish and fund the Belz Kollel in London. But, what he wasn’t know for was the tzedakkah he gave in private. The stories we have heard during shiva have been astounding.
I am willing to do my part and live his legacy by being on the giving end. Running is a personal challenge, but I’m running for something important. I am running to raise money for Chai Lifeline, a wonderful organization dedicated to helping very sick children and their families. However, I know I can’t do it alone. I need your help.
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.
Training is not easy, but neither is dealing with illness. If the children of Chai Lifeline can fight each day, if they can push themselves to go through hospital stays and treatments, I can do this for them. But I can't do this without your support. I need your help to raise as much money as possible for these kids. 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.
Best - Goldy