Chai Lifeline Welcomes Moshe Buchman and Bari Erber to Its Board of Directors

Chai Lifeline, the leading Jewish support network for children, families, and communities impacted by medical crises and trauma, is pleased to announce the addition of Moshe Buchman and Bari Erber to its Board of Directors.

Buchman, of Los Angeles, serves as the Chief Investment Officer for the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, overseeing its investment team and portfolio. He holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and has earned both a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

He is involved in various charitable endeavors, contributing as an investment committee member for the American Friends of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra and as an advisory board member for Chai Lifeline West Coast. Moshe and his wife Jenny have been active, longtime supporters of Chai Lifeline’s impactful work.

Erber, a resident of New York’s Upper West Side, is the President of Bari Lynn Accessories, a thriving children’s accessories brand she co-founded with her husband, Daniel. Bari is a graduate of Yeshiva University and has served on the boards of United Hatzalah, Emunah of America, West Side Institutional Synagogue, and Manhattan Day School. The Erbers have been longtime active supporters of Chai Lifeline.

“We are delighted to welcome Moshe and Bari to our Board of Directors,” said Rabbi Simcha Scholar, CEO of Chai Lifeline. “They exemplify the spirit of community and bring a wealth of knowledge, energy, and expertise to our organization. I am confident that their shared passion for philanthropy and commitment to Chai Lifeline’s mission will help deepen our impact and transform the lives of the children and families we serve.”

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One thought on “Chai Lifeline Welcomes Moshe Buchman and Bari Erber to Its Board of Directors

  1. To whom it may be concern:
    My name is Nahid I am dealing with a lot of health issues and through a friend was introduce to chai life line organization,
    Alissa was a very nice social worker from this organization.she came and checked our home . I was freezing because we did not have heater She left a small blanket. @ 2017 I was diagnosed with brain tumors.
    I did not know what to do and where to go
    Randy from chat life said this program is for only children Not for you . I just have to beg for help. To survive for my ten years old daughter. Nobody wants to be sick and no mother wants their kids to be left alone
    Unfortunately this happens to me and my little one.
    My older daughter did volunteer for more than two years for this organization.
    Randy Grossman do not believed my pain even though
    After begging and crying so much Aliza accepted one time to come to Dr and advocate for me.
    My problem was language barrier and low income.
    She helped with some Dr paperwork and did not want to hello and fallow up.
    Forward I felt so lonely that I canceled my brain surgery.
    I did not feel well and safe as a single mother with four teenage children and eight years old
    I had 9 different surgeries that disabled me from cooking to cleaning
    I still to this day I work and I stand in my feet I don’t dare to go to hospital because I am tired of it.
    Fast forward because of many recent rains in Los Angeles. My place gets damaged by rain and water penetration caused the walls wet and moldy and electrical damage caused many plug not working properly.because of the high cost of I tried to solve this issue with family members. I am still hoping they will help.
    Last week after heavy rain I went to find a crock pot unfortunately without a car I jut couldn’t find to cooker
    I am walking now by a walker
    Last Friday I called chairlife line. Just please help me with food for this Shabbat the receptionist informed me that their are lots of food in the office I asked can someone please pick it up she said we sent it to you
    @ around three thirty I find another 600 milligrams of ibuprofens and fainted when I wake up and called Randy Grossman she said I don’t know what going on and who did you talk ?
    I was so confused and angry felt so alone . I went to the guess house and on the unsafe gas that was leaking so I can cook for Shabbat suddenly the gas exploded and a big fire comes out from the side. I was crying and calling to Randy Grossman.
    At. Fire time my younger daughter was not there i
    With prowas the Shabbat I couldn’t on my Shabbat light and was crying on the stree
    Randy Grossman keeps telling me here is not a place to help you

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