Yeshivah Of Belle Harbor Asking For Your Help To Recover From Sandy; Parlor Meeting In Lakewood This Evening

PHOTOS: The Yeshiva of Belle Harbor sustained heavy damages as a result of the Hurricane and is turning to the Lakewood community to help them re-open its doors and make its building inhabitable once again.A parlor meeting will be held in the Chestnut Area 9 pm this evening, at 137 Melissa Court, to raise money for the battered Yeshivah.

The Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Dicker, will be addressing the gathering.

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  1. The yeshiva is temporarily located in statan island in a building not big enough for the whole yeshiva. They have to use random shuls in the area. Please help the yeshiva raise $$$ and fix up the yeshiva so the can learn normally like all other yeshiva bochorim in their own yeshiva.

  2. The yeshiva currently has 120 bochurim enrolled. Belle harbor looks like a war zone. FEMA is not giving to any institutions. The kitchen/dining room was completely flooded. The bais medrash had a foot of water. Please help in any way you can.

  3. Raboisai… The pictures speak for themselves.Besides that though,is the dire situation the bochrim find themselves in right now.It is real mesiras nefesh in a empty nursing home .(which is costing the yeshiva daily a lot of money).There is also a shortage of beds and bathrooms.It is very not the ruchniyus si the gashmiyus. Please help as much as you are able so the Yeshiva can move back to its current location a.s.a.p.

  4. It breaks my heart to see the situation. Please let us all join and give (even small amounts add up) to get this wonderful yeshiva back on its feet.

  5. It is tonight! All should come to show support to this wonderful makom torah. It is so sad to see a yeshiva that barely makes it as it is and now has taken on such a financial burden. Please Pleae come tonight.

  6. I heard that the Rosh Hayeshiva and the Rebbeim that live next to the Yeshiva suffered significant damage as well. One Rebbe bought brand new seforim to rplace those damaged by Irene, and now they are all gone due to Sandy!

  7. Please help this fantastic yeshiva get back on its feet,you have no idea what an unbelievable place this is, warm and close knit where every bocher feels like he is the only one-this yeshiva is TOPS please let them get back to themselves quick!

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