It is no small feat to keep 770 running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. As we mark Gimmel Tammuz, take part in the upkeep of 770 for the benefit of all chassidim.
It is no small feat to keep 770 running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Between cleaning costs, the bills for AC/heat, water, refreshments, collecting seforim and regular maintenance, the daily expenses add up to over $4,000 on a regular day.
During busier times, such as Tishrei, Kinus Hashluchim, Yud Shvat and Gimmel Tammuz, the expenses are a few times that amount per day.
And that is all besides the farbrengens on every yoma d’pagra, the purchase of new siddurim and seforim as necessary, printing Chumashim for Shabbos, and a long list of seasonal and occasional expenses.
Throughout the year, chassidim and Yidden from around the globe and from every walk of life come to 770 to daven, learn, connect to the Rebbe, or just spend a few minutes in the holy walls.
Today, the 770 shul is turning to you.
Help them continue to keep 770 running and pumping with life every day of the year, for your benefit, for the benefit of all chassidim, and for the benefit of all Yidden.