Live: Give Charity to Get Rich

Join Live at 8:00 PM ET: Berel Solomon, CEO of Wealthy Executive Coaching and now famous for the documentary, Orthodoxed will be joining Living Chassidus for a candid discussion on the abundant blessings of giving Tzedakah.

Berel Solomon, Owner of Wealthy Commercials, CEO of Wealthy Executive Coaching and now famous for the documentary, Orthodoxed will be joining Living Chassidus through Zoom for a candid discussion on the abundant blessings of giving Tzedakah.

In a phenomenal letter from the Rebbe, addressed to successful Bay Area television producer Zev Putterman, the perspective of the relationship between donor and recipient is seen through a whole new lens.

The Rebbe specifically saw a benefit in the opportunity “to involve the maximum number of Jews in the activities, and I mean to involve them as partners [not just supporters] in such activities… making them equal partners with the activities.”

The organization and the donors become enmeshed through mutual need and common purpose. Neither can do without the other – both give and both receive. (Lubavitch International Magazine, Winter 2022, Vol 10, issue 4 p. 30)

Living Chassidus is an organization that cares for the needs of single women that come to Crown Heights for shidduchim. They focus on learning, community, and support. Through classes, programs, and a welcoming community, Living Chassidus fosters a caring community where everyone can support each other and gain inspiration during this time. The message and goal of Living Chassidus is that Chassidus should be Lived through real-life practical application.

Everyone is invited to join Zoom

Monday
8-9 PM EST
28 February 2022
27 Adar I 5782

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9345746766?pwd=U2NlZklVVEFMVUNGaEc1UERyZit4QT09

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