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Rav Chaim’s Blessing: “He Will Not Be Sick!”

[COMMUNICATED] It seems that every day we hear of another tragedy that strikes one of our fellow Jews. The most desperate cases land on the desks of organizations, such as Vaad Harabanim, who are dedicated to relieving the financial pressure on families in dire straits.

The stories of 243 desperately ill people were brought before two luminaries of our generation: Rav Chaim Kanievsky shlita, and the Vizhnitzer Rebbe shlita. They have joined together to found a special fund for those sick people who are unable to function and support their families.

A pile of 243 papers told of terrible tragedies, life-threatening illnesses and debilitating surgeries. The sorrows of Klal Yisroel weigh heavily on the shoulders of our leaders and they do whatever they can to alleviate the pain of their fellow Jews.

As a result of this important meeting, Rav Chaim Kanievsky shlita and the Vizhnitzer Rebbe shlita have released an urgent letter to Klal Yisroel:
“The matter is one of Pikuach Nefesh for them and their families who have no money even for bread as a result of enormous medical expenses.
Therefore, we have come together to found a special fund in Vaad Harabanim to heal, to support and to revive them.

All those who donate to this fund will merit to see great salvation with whatever they need, and they and their family will be saved measure for measure from all illness.”

Read full text of the letter here.

Click here to answer the call of the Gedolei Hador, support those who are truly suffering and receive the powerful blessing of Rav Chaim Kanievsky shlita for you and your family: “He will not be sick!”

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