In less than 24 hours, the highly anticipated Mitzvah Tank Parade will take to the streets of New York City and the Mitzvah Tank Office is calling on all members of the community to contribute and help make this year’s parade a resounding success.
In less than 24 hours, the highly anticipated Mitzvah Tank Parade will take to the streets of New York City. With the countdown clock ticking down, the Mitzvah Tank Office is calling on all members of the community to contribute and help make this year’s parade a resounding success.
This year’s parade features 73 Mitzvah Tanks, symbolizing the Rebbe’s 73 years of nesius. The parade is a symbol of unity and love for the Rebbe, and an opportunity to spread the joy and message of Pesach and Yud Alef Nissan to people from all walks of life.
But with less than a day until the parade leaves, time is running out to contribute. The Mitzvah Tank Office has already raised the funds for 50 tanks, but still needs support to ensure that the remaining 23 tanks can participate.
Every contribution, big or small, makes a difference. Whether you donate a full or half tank, or simply make a small contribution, your support will help bring the world closer to the ultimate redemption.
Rabbi Mordy Hirsch, Director of the Mitzvah Tank Office, stresses the importance of community support. “The Mitzvah Tank Parade is a true labor of love, and it depends on the support of the community. We need your help to make this year’s parade a success and bring the message of Torah and Mitzvot to every corner of New York City.”
With less than 24 hours until the parade leaves at 10:30am, there is no time to waste. Visit TankParade.com to make a donation and support the parade. Every contribution counts, and together we can make a difference.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of this historic event. Let’s come together as a community and ensure that the Mitzvah Tank Parade is a resounding success. The clock is ticking down – let’s make every moment count.
Donate at TankParade.com
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