Goal: $36,000 $41,000
$36,879.40 Total Raised
102% Complete

THANK YOU!!! WE DID IT!! We raised $36,879 for Chabad Lubavitch of Delaware County!

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The Torah is our most precious item, sustaining the Jewish people throughout history. Every Jew, regardless of background or knowledge, has an equal share in the Torah.

Chabad of Delaware County currently has the opportunity to exchange our single loaned Torah for two Torah's of our own - and you can help make this a reality.  Every person, in and out of the community can contribute towards these Torah's, thereby having an everlasting partnership in these treasures.  

The Torah is called the "Aitz Chaim" - a Tree of Life and these Torahs will add Life to the entire community here in Delaware County.

Our campaign is for $36,000 - double Chai, to cover the Torah's and associated costs. Please give generously, every donation makes a difference - whether a double "Chai"  -  $36, and all the way up to $36,000 - and you will help up reach our goal.

You can dedicate your donation in honor of a friend or relative, a Simcha, or G-d forbid a tragedy. Please indicate in the dedication who it is for, and email rabbi@jewishdelco.org regarding any more details.

There are also a number of Dedication opportunities available (see below) please email rabbi@jewishdelco.org if you are interested


· Parsha Dedication - $360

· Torah #1 – Taken

· Torah #2 - $18,000

· Bima - $5,400

· Aron Kodesh – $7,200

· Torah Cover Torah #1 – Taken

· High Holidays Torah Cover Torah #1 -Taken

·Torah Cover Torah #2– Taken

· High Holiday Torah Cover Torah #2 -$1800

· Crown Torah #1 - $2700

· Crown Torah #2 - $2700

· Yad - $540 each


To contribute by Check, send to:

Chabad of Delaware County
19 Mather Ave
Broomall, PA 19008

Please note: for the Torah Campaign


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