Friday Mivtzoim Dedicated in Memory of 14-Year-Old Bochur

A week after a devastating accident took the life of bochur Sholom Dovber Lipsh while he was on mivtzoim, bochurim around the globe dedicated their mivtzoim in his memory. 

A week after a devastating accident took the life of 14-year-old bochur Sholom Dovber Lipsh while he was on mivtzoim, bochurim around the globe dedicated their mivtzoim in his memory. 

Sholom Dovber (Berale) had went out like every Friday to his tefillin stand in the industrial area of ​​Kiryat Malachi this past Friday. On his way home, he was hit by a car and sadly passed away.

In the days after his passing, his family launched a campaign to reach 14,000 Jews who will with the help of Hashem put on tefillin by the shloshim on the 2nd of Elul.

The campaign, which had been ongoing over the past week, received a fresh push on Friday, when bochurim in Eretz Yisroel and New York dedicated their Friday mivztoim to Berale’s memory, and encouraged hundreds to don tefillin. Just among the ‘kevutzah’ bochurim in New York, they reached over 300 Yidden and put on tefillin with them over Friday. Many hundreds of others put on with American bochurim and others as well.

To be a part of this moving initiative, please choose a pledge, and give people the opportunity to put on tefillin in his loving memory. You can enter your pledge and help the family get closer to their goal of 14,000 by clicking here.

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