Submitted by CJBA: The construction field in Lakewood is an anomaly. You would expect for it to be a cutthroat business. Yet it is an extremely friendly industry where you can see direct competitors literally mentoring their competition and sharing tips how to run your business better.
Every Yom Tov they come together to raise money for business-owners in the industry, that although they put in long and hard hours, still aren’t making ends meet. These are people from the “middle class“ and are not slacking off in any which way. Unfortunately the dollars and cents simply are not adding up for these individuals.
Please for a minute try to put yourself in their shoes as they look into their bank account and start to panic. The shame that starts to creep up as they realize that despite all their hard work, they simply cannot cover their expenses. The panic of how will I get through the Yom Tov season?
Into this steps “Help Our Friends” and provide them with much needed relief to get them through the Yom Tov season.
This campaign is endorsed by R’ Shloima Stein, who personally oversees the distribution of the money.
Please give with a generous hand.
I know these guys the help they give the forgotten working men is unbelievable. Chazak Ve’ematz
We’re really blessed to be part of a nation like this!
Pleased to be a part of this group I can definitely say people help each other out on a daily basis!
The chesed that house on in this group is unreal. Whether its from giving advice how to fix a refrigerator to what size beam is needed to support this roof to anyone have a grinder (any tool) in this and this area everyone is available and wants to help out
Than when it comes before yomtov they are hard at work to make sure everyone is able to come in to it with there basic needs.
Thanks to pinny and I don’t know who else was Involved last year but with out them I wouldn’t have had the basics to make pesach it made all the difference.
Help them help others and may Hashem bench you not to ever need to come on to anyone else.
Chag kosher v’sameach
It’s an honor to be part of this amazing group of tradesmen always helping each other out
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