Students of Yeshiva Boys School of Pittsburgh, will be using their Contactless Mivtzoim Mitzvah Tank to flood the city with the light of Chanukah.
A Message From Yeshiva Boys School of Pittsburgh:
With the current Covid-19 situation, regular life as we know it has been put on hold, regular school in many places has been put on hold, most programs have been put on hold.
But we aren’t about to let Covid stop us from spreading the light of Chanukah!
This Chanukah, my class at Yeshiva Boys School of Pittsburgh is planning on taking over Pittsburgh with light, with our “Contactless Mivtzoim Mitzvah Tank”!
The message of Chanukah is a powerful one – Just a little bit of light can dispel a lot of darkness. That message is especially important to remember during these extra dark and trying times. This Chanukah my class is planning on taking that message to the streets, as we hop into our special “Mitzva Tank,” and hit the roads to share and spread the light, and the JOY of Chanukah!
We are raising money to cover the cost of our Mitzva Tank and supplies which we will proudly take all around Pittsburgh.
Please consider helping with this project! Refer to 8th grade when donating.
click here to help: https://www.gofundme.com/f/chanukah5781
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