Chai Lifeline Southeast, the leading local support organization for families facing pediatric illness, announces its most critical fundraiser of the year, “Mission Possible.” The 36-hour crowdfunding campaign, starting Tuesday, May 21 at 10 AM and concluding  Wednesday, May 22 at 10 PM, aims to raise $500,000 to expand its vital services in the Southeast, from South Florida to Georgia to Texas. All funds raised will be matched dollar for dollar thanks to generous benefactors, doubling the impact of each donation. 

In the past year, the need for Chai Lifeline services in the Southeast has more than doubled! This significant increase underlines the growing demand for their comprehensive services, which offer more than just emotional and social support. The organization provides practical assistance that profoundly affects daily life, ensuring no family faces the journey of pediatric illness alone. 

From case management and crisis services to family respite and retreats to i-Shine afterschool programming and unforgettable summers at Camp Simcha, Chai Lifeline strives to bring light into the lives of those navigating their darkest moments.  

“As the demand for programs and services for Chai Lifeline children and their families continues to rise, so too does our commitment to answering their call for help.” Esther Leah Sandhaus, director of Chai Lifeline Southeast, explains. “Our mission has never been more critical, and the support of our community makes it all possible. With every donation, we affirm our dedication to expanding our reach, offering a lifeline to those facing the toughest of battles.” 

Chai Lifeline Southeast invites the community to participate in this life-changing campaign. You can become a campaign ambassador or make a donation today by visiting

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