Goal: $50,000 $52,500
$51,502 Total Raised
103% Complete

THANK YOU!!! WE DID IT!! We raised $51,502 for Chabad of Mid Suffolk! Thank you to our generous Matchers for making this a possibility, and a HUGE thank you goes to YOU for seizing the opportunity to do good.

B&B G

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In honor of their children and grandchildren

Team of Supporters of Chabad of Mid-Suffolk

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What is Chabad of Mid-Suffolk?

Chicken soup on Friday night. The light in a child’s eyes when he reads his first Hebrew word. A helping hand in times of need. Chabad is a home away from home for every Jew in Commack. We are dedicated to serving our community - and now we’re asking for your support to help us build a bright Jewish future, together.

How does a Match Campaign work?

Running an operation like Chabad of Mid-Suffolk requires a major investment of time, energy, and capital. While Rabbi Mendel and Brocha work tirelessly to ensure that no Jew is left behind, the day-to-day expenses of operating a Chabad center can be daunting. We rely on the generosity of the community that we serve. To that end, 7 generous donors have come forward with a proposal to help Chabad end off the year stronger than ever. Together, they are going to match every dollar raised during this campaignan up to $50,000.  For these 36 hours only, your dollar will have x2 the impact!

How can I help?

You can be a partner in everything we do to benefit the residents of Commack and surrounding towns by contributing to our campaign, and by spreading the word. Maimonides says that every good deed, no matter how small, tips the scale of humanity toward goodness. Today you have the opportunity to see the impact of that deed multiplied many times over. Join us by making a donation today!

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