PHOTOS: Chasdei Lev Gives back to Rebbeim of Lakewood’s Mosdos

Chasdei Lev today held a distribution exclusively for Rebbeim of Lakewood’s Mosdos, in an effort to ease the Yom Tov burden.

Chasdei Lev is an organization that provides food and household necessities at drastically reduced prices in appreciation for the Rebbeim’s services.

The event was coordinated by Chaveirim of Central Jersey.

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  1. I’m wondering why they don’t give for teachers… Alot of them are the breadwinners…

    Maybe they should give a little less for melamdim and give to teachers as well.

  2. This is such a phenomenal organization. It’s the true example of using resourcefulness and ingenuity to help rebbeim b’derech kavod. And the sever ponim yafos that this organization exudes is legendary. Ashreichem!

    • Mechanchim are only eligible if they spend the majority of their time each day in chinuch. A limudei chol teacher can be considered a full-fledged mechanech, but still not eligible because they only spend a portion of their time teaching. They have the same policy for a rebbi who only teaches part time.

  3. My yeshiva doesn’t participate. We asked CL to allow us to pay not only our share but also the share the yeshiva should pay and they refused. It’s painful to see all their advertising how they love rabbaiem while there are many rabbaiem who are not being helped.
    Soon a similar organization will be created and people will then complain why a competing organization is needed.
    I can’t believe that as a rebbi for almost 30 years, with two afternoon and evening jobs, I am going to ask tomchai shabbos for help.
    Did I make a mistake going into chinuch ?

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