Rabbi Moshe Gottlib a”h was a part of the Crown Heights community for 25 years and had recently moved to Hillside a year ago. Now, it’s time for us to unite and shine a light by extending our unwavering support to his grieving family.
Our community and all of Klal Yisroel are deeply saddened by the passing of Rabbi Moshe Gottlib a”h.
Rabbi Moshe Gottlib was a part of the Crown Heights community for 25 years and had recently moved to Hillside a year ago. He was known for his warm spirit and the way he brightened people’s days with his infectious smile.
Now, as we face this heartbreaking reality, it’s time for us to unite and shine a light in his honor. We have the power to continue the legacy of Rabbi Moshe Gottlib by extending our unwavering support to his grieving family.
This devoted wife and their children are now left without their beloved father, struggling to make ends meet. In memory of the boundless joy that Rabbi Moshe Gottlib embodied, it’s our duty to stand with them, to let them know that they are not alone, that Klal Yisroel surrounds them with love and compassion.
Let us come together as a community, as a family, and let the light of Rabbi Moshe Gottlib shine through our collective support. Together, we can be the beacon of hope and support that his family so desperately needs.
DONATE NOW and let your contribution be a tribute to the legacy of a man who brought so much joy to people’s lives.
This Fund is launched free of charge and all the funds are going directly to the family.
– Rabbi Mordechai Kanelsky, Mara Deasra of Hillside and Executive Director of Bris Avrohom.
– Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Holtzman, Mara Deasra of East Flatbush.
– Rabbi Avraham Kanelsky, Youth Director of Bris Avrohom
– Rabbi Dovid Jacobs, President of Remsen Village Shul.