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Simcha Campers Stay Connected Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

It’s 5:00 p.m. and 14-year-old Lea is logging on to Zoom for that evening’s virtual Camp Simcha activity. On this particular evening, it’s a baking demonstration. Lea prepared the ingredients beforehand so that she could join along. “It’s the highlight of her day,” Lea’s mother shared. “She’s counting down to 5 o’clock from when she wakes up.” 

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Businesses Partner with Chai Lifeline Corporate Coalition to Help Community’s Most Vulnerable

FROM PPE DISTRIBUTORS TO E-COMMERCE, MEDIA TO MARKETING, FASHION TO FINANCE, COMPANIES ARE BUYING INTO A NETWORK FOR LIFE

Like the rest of us, businesses big and small have been shaken by the Coronavirus crisis. The global economy has been upended. Stimulus packages have been rolled out. Yet there is nothing quite as stimulating as helping a child in need.

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Parenting in a Quarantine: FAQs for Coping

Schools in communities across the world are closing their doors as part of precautionary measures against the spread of COVID-19, and many parents find themselves in new and unfamiliar territory. Parents must now face the challenge of keeping their children occupied and educated, all while balancing their professional and financial responsibilities with potential personal and spiritual anxieties. 

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A CONSCIENTIOUS APPROACH TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

By Rabbi Dr. Dovid Fox

Our understanding of illness and disease, through the perspective of Torah, is that events which occur in life are not without cause or reason. The Torah consigns to humanity the right to engage in healing, and our hishtadlus – our personal steps to engage in the management of illness through seeking and complying with professional expert help – is in no way a contradiction to our firm faith that HaShem is the only One who determines health, life and wellness.

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