Chai Lifeline parlor meetings being held around Lakewood

[COMMUNICATED] With the upcoming Chai Lifeline Lakewood Dinner on July 12th, parlor meetings are being hosted in various neighborhoods to benefit Chai Lifeline of Lakewood.

Chai Lifeline is a vital organization servicing our kehilla, coming to the aid of hundreds of families who are R”L facing medical crisis and difficult chronic illness. With every patient and their family’s welfare in mind, Chai Lifeline finds ways to bring joy and hope into their lives through creative, innovative and effective family-focused programs. Crucial emotional, social, and financial assistance is provided assuring that no family in our community will ever have to shoulder the burden of illness on their own.

The parlor meetings will commence with a reception tomorrow, Sunday June 11 at 6:30 PM, at the home of Yossi Charlap, 21 Flannery Avenue with wine tasting and a short video. All are invited to partake in the event. Additional parlor meetings will iy”H take place in the following neighborhoods: Yeshiva Areas, Chestnut, Presidential, Coventry, Prospect Vines, Jackson, Toms River and many more.

The presence and support of every individual will greatly enhance the impact Chai Lifeline has on the klal, and will be a tremendous source of chizzuk for those faced with medical challenges beholding other community members being “nosei b’ol”.

For more information or if you would like to host or donate, please call 732-719-1700.

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