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Chai Lifeline NJ Helps Local Public School Families in Aftermath of Lakewood Fire

Last week, a two-alarm fire ripped through the High Point apartment complex in Lakewood, NJ, affecting at least 35 people and nine families. The devastation left several people injured and many more in need of housing assistance, including 20 students.  

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Running With Purpose: Team Lifeline Takes on Las Vegas Marathon

On Sunday, November 17, more than 150 men and women will lace up their sneakers and run with Team Lifeline in the annual Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon. While Team Lifeline participants are looking forward to running along the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, they are also running to support Chai Lifeline, the international children’s health support network.

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Chai Lifeline Helps Families Start the School Year Right

School is back in session and Chai Lifeline regions across the country are kicking off the academic year with their trademark energy and excitement.

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Go Dodgers! Go Chai Lifeline!

The night was a huge home run at Dodger Stadium for both the Los Angeles Dodgers and kids battling serious illness at Chai Lifeline’s 19th annual Dodger Night. On Tuesday evening August 20, the Dodgers celebrated a landslide 16-3 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays while 300 children, families and volunteers from Chai Lifeline West Coast Sohacheski Family Center cheered them on.

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Cleveland Indians All-Star Yasiel Puig Visits Camp Simcha

Cleveland Indians all-star outfielder Yasiel Puig paid a surprise visit to Camp Simcha in Glen Spey, NY, on Monday, August 19. Puig signed autographs for the campers, danced with them, and led a baseball clinic. Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special are Chai Lifeline’s flagship summer programs for children with cancer and chronic illnesses. 

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Project Chai Hosts Community-Wide Call Tonight in Response to Greenwood Lake Tragedy

The Jewish community is reeling with heartbreak following the tragic news of Reb Dovid Traube’s, z”l,  drowning in Greenwood Lake yesterday.

In response to the numerous questions and concerns we have received, Project Chai, the crisis intervention, trauma and bereavement department of Chai Lifeline, will host a community-wide conference call tonight, Monday, August 19, at 9:30 p.m. ET. Rabbi Dr. Dovid Fox, Project Chai Director of Interventions and Community Education, will address various psychological, spiritual, parenting, and practical concerns regarding children and adults.

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Chai Lifeline’s Summer Dayz Brings Fun & Play in Sunshine State

Each school year, many children look forward to the summer months with great anticipation, eagerly counting down the days to the camp experience that awaits them. For children and families experiencing illness or loss, the benefits of camp are many, bringing joy, friendship, and camaraderie, as well as instilling confidence, for those dealing with such challenges.

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Pedal With Purpose: Bike4Chai Celebrates Ten Years

On August 14-15, nearly 600 cyclists will ride 180 miles across three states as part of Bike4Chai. Now in its tenth year, the annual cycling event raises funds for Chai Lifeline, the international children’s health support network which provides emotional, social, and financial assistance to children with life-threatening or lifelong illnesses and their families.

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Thousands Show Support for Chai Lifeline Lakewood at Annual Reception

Watch: A Chai Lifeline Girl’s Wish & The Rosh Yeshiva’s Bracha

A powerful video of the Lakewood Rosh Yeshiva Harav Yeruchem Olshin shlita’s bracha to a little girl at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia was shown to a crowd of thousands last night at the Chai Lifeline dinner in Ateres Chana – Bais Faiga Hall in Lakewood, NJ.

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Tour De Simcha Riders Go The Extra Mile for Children of Chai Lifeline

The Tour de France may be making international headlines, but another cycling event took place much closer to home on Tuesday, July 16. One hundred and sixty women decked out in sporty black and bright pink uniforms took part in the annual Tour de Simcha, an all-female cycling event that raises funds benefitting Chai Lifeline, the international health network supporting children and families living with life-threatening and lifelong illnesses.

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