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Rohr Chabad Center Seeking Support for CU Student Seders

Your participation in making this a meaningful and memorable Passover season for the Jewish students at CU Boulder means the world to us. Passover acts as an anchor for all Jews, and specifically college students and we have a chance to make an everlasting positive impact on their connection to Judaism, forever.

We are preparing for the over 400 students that will attend the Seders, and over 1,000 meals throughout the Holiday. Our Passover budget of over $20,000 is one of the largest expenses on our annual operating budget.

We cannot do it without you. PLEASE spread the word, and donate now!

G-d bless you, and may we celebrate Passover together in Jerusalem!

Sklar Brothers @ Denver JCC

About Rabbi Yisroel Wilhelm

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