Regional Bikur CholimA Healing Hand

  • Start the New Year Right— Help Regional Bikur Cholim!

    September 16, 2015

    אבינו מלכנו שלח רפואה שלמה לחולי עמך...

    It is an integral part of our daily prayers that we daven three times a day in Shmone Esrei for the sick of Klal Yisroel. Beginning on Rosh Hashanah, we make an additional plea for their welfare when we recite Avinu Malkeinu. But to be honest with ourselves, before we turn to Hashem we must first answer the following question: “What have I done for the cholim of our nation?”

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  • What’s New at Regional Bikur Cholim

    September 15, 2015

    Tager Chanukas Habayis Campaign

    Reb Chaim Tager הי"ו decided to celebrate the upcoming Chanukas Habayis of his new home in Monroe, NY in a special way. He launched a campaign to raise $150,000, equivalent to one month’s budget, to benefit Regional Bikur Cholim.

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  • Regional Bikur Cholim Around the Year

    November 16, 2015

    Celebrate the Jewish Calendar in a Truly Meaningful Way

    The Jewish calendar is punctuated by the Shabbat and Jewish holidays. These are times of spiritual uplift, times when Jews revel in our special connection with our Creator. Each holiday comes with its own unique traditions that add spice and color to the Jewish calendar.

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  • Shabbat

    November 16, 2015

    Candle Lighting: Spread the Peace and Tranquility

    Shabbat is a gift of G-d especially for the Jewish people. It is the day when we take a break from our hectic daily schedules and set aside time to relax and enjoy the domestic tranquility of our homes.

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  • Hanukkah

    November 16, 2015

    Bringing Light to the Darkness

    The “Festival of Light,” Chanukah includes many of our favorite age-old traditions: piping-hot latkes, spinning dreidels, Chankuah gelt and of course the ceremony of lighting the Menorah.

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  • Importance of Tzedakah

    February 1, 2017


    5 Ways to Teach Your Children

    The Jewish tradition of Tzedakah teaches the fundamentals of sharing. Anchored by tradition and deep-rooted spirituality, pious Jewish families pass on the values of Tzedakah generation after generation.

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  • The 8 Levels of Tzedakah

    February 1, 2017


    How to Level Up

    One of the key characteristics that all Jewish individuals must possess is compassion. The Talmud mentions the word Rahamanut, which means to show compassion towards others both selflessly and unconditionally.

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  • Tzedakah

    February 1, 2017


    How Much Should You Donate?

    In the old days, Jewish people used to pool their money and pay Tzedakah. That common fund was later utilized to provide help to the poor in the locality. The funds were collected from each family by an elected person called ‘Gabbai Tzedakah’

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  • Tzedakah vs Charity

    February 1, 2017


    The Key Differences

    The Jewish practice of Tzedakah is often thought to be a religious form of charity. While in its effect Tzedakah does resemble the act of charity in a lot of ways, it is, in fact, different. Both charity and Tzedakah aims at helping the needy.

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25,000 Phone calls answered


Phone calls answered

5000 volunteers placed



120,000 Meals delivered



50,000 bowls of chicken soup served


bowls of chicken soup served

$250,000 Monthly Budget funded


Monthly Budget