The joy of a wedding is boundless, the radiance of the Chosson and Kallah is priceless. Yet sometimes, the burden of wedding expenses, and the confusion of where to begin, can be extremely overwhelming. For this, KSCVK steps in.
The joy of a wedding is boundless, the radiance of the Chosson and Kallah is priceless. Yet sometimes, the burden of wedding expenses, and the confusion of where to begin, can be extremely overwhelming. Where will she get the funds to pay for her gown? How will he arrange the wedding without his parents? Who will help the ceremony move along smoothly? For this, KSCVK steps in.
KSVCK, established and run by Mrs. Devorah Benjamin, ensures that each Chosson and Kallah feel calm, ready and confident as they take this big and beautiful step. From the first date until the wedding is over, Devorah is there to guide in a dignified and “all out” way.
Her goal: To provide the most personal of care, at the most joyous of times.
No Chosson or Kallah should ever have to tamper the joy of their wedding, with the burden of its expenses. After KSCVK helped a girl whose father was disabled and whose brother was battling a life- threatening illness, the mother emotionally expressed, “There are no words to describe what Devorah did for us, that woman is a tzadekes” and felt compelled to add, “No, she’s more than that, she’s beyond a tzadekes!“
KSCVK is more than just a financial fund.
KSCVK is a fountain of love and support, where each Chosson and Kallah are treated as royalty. Their joy is KSCVKs drive. Their calm is KSCVKs mission. Their dream night is KSCVKs hope for reality. It is truly remarkable and special how KSCVK provides uniquely for each situation, in such a gentle and selfless way. The amount of people touched by their work is remarkable.
“The ultimate wedding gift one can give, is the gift of a wedding!”
Today as KSCVK holds its annual campaign, it is our chance to partner with them in being the miracle she is for others!
Let’s give that gift. Let’s be that Miracle.
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