Bikur Cholim of Crown Heights Breakfast and Chinese Auction

Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Bikur Cholim of Crown Heights invites the women of Crown Heights to its Annual Breakfast and Chinese Auction Celebrating Healing and Unity.

As the month of Iyar, known for “Ani Hashem Rofecha,” unfolds, Bikur Cholim of Crown Heights joyfully announces its much-anticipated Annual Women’s Breakfast. This signature event, slated to take place on Sunday, June 2nd, promises an inspiring gathering emblematic of healing, unity, and community support.

Embracing this year’s theme, “Better Together,” Bikur Cholim underscores the profound impact of togetherness in fostering genuine healing, both individually and communally. For decades, the organization has remained steadfast in its commitment to helping those in the community facing medical challenges with sensitivity and kindness.

Bikur Cholim’s array of indispensable services for critically ill patients, including financial assistance, household support, and hospitality housing, emanate from its core value of communal embrace. Before any tangible aid is extended, patients are welcomed into a compassionate community, ensuring they never navigate their medical journey alone.

The Better Together Bikur Cholim of CH Annual Women’s Breakfast, scheduled for June 2nd at 9:30 AM, promises a poignant program featuring Amanda Spiro in conversation with Eda Schottenstein and Rivkah Krinsky, hosts of the From the Inside Out podcast. Attendees will be inspired by Shani Bennish‘s courageous journey, indulge in a sumptuous hot breakfast, participate in an exhilarating auction offering valuable prizes, and present awards to exceptional community members and devoted volunteers.

Event Details:

  • Date: Sunday, June 2nd | 25 Iyar
  • Time: Doors open at 9:30 am | Program begins at 10:30 am sharp
  • Location: Oholei Torah Ballroom, 667 Eastern Parkway, Crown Heights, NY
  • Admission: $36
  • Tickets: Available at

Join Bikur Cholim of Crown Heights and be Better Together; be a part of a community dedicated to kindness, unity, and healing!  May we merit to see the end to all illness and suffering with the coming of Moshiach speedily in our days. Amen!

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