Volunteers Needed For Mais Mitzvah

[UPDATED WED 10:25 AM] A Holocaust survivor passed away today, and there are only 5 expected to attend her Levaya, as of now. The Levaya will be held Wednesday at the Floral Park cemetery in South Brunswick (104 Deans Rhode Hall, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852) at 1:00PM.

If you are available to assist with this Mais Mitzvah and to complete the Minyan for the burial, please contact TLS at [email protected].

The cemetery is approximately 40 minutes from Lakewood.

Tizku L’mitzvos.

UPDATE WEDNESDAY 10:25 AM. Thank you to all – from far and near- who responded and volunteered to take part in this great Mitzvah.

At this time, we have received confirmation from several people to complete the Minyan, and to assist with the Kvurah (burial).

We don’t want to inconvenience more people than necessary for the Mitzvah, but if you’d still like to join for additional assistance, it would be greatly appreciated.

The group will be meeting at the entrance to the cemetery at 1:00 PM.

Tizku L’mitzvos.

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  1. I am going tomorow Wednesday i have an empty suburban i have room to give rides call if you need a ride to the levaya 732-806-1396 asap

  2. I was on the way and got a call and couldnt make it, how many people made it? I feel very bad loosing this precious chance, it was so windy it must have been very hard to dig etc., I remember once digging in the snow………………….

  3. There were about 10 volunteers + some women who knew the Nifteres and her Rabbi and son-in-law.

    The hardest part was the dirt being so heavy and muddy from the recent rain.

    Extremely tired and sore, but so uplifted I was able to participate in the Mitzvah!

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