Rabbi Krinsky Urges Chassidim to Donate to Pesha Lapine Mikvah

In a letter issued to Lubavitchers around the world, Merkos Chairman Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky urged chassidim to donate towards the new mikvah in memory of Mrs. Pesya Lapine hy”d, and announced a grant from Keren Hachomesh for the mikvah.

In a letter issued to Lubavitchers around the world, Merkos Chairman Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky urged chassidim to donate towards the new mikvah in memory of Mrs. Pesya Lapine hy”d, and announced a grant from Keren Hachomesh for the mikvah.

Text of the letter:

Rosh Chodesh Adar 1, 5782

Dear Friends,
Thirty years have passed since the unspeakable barbaric murder al kidush Hashem of Mrs. Pesha Leah
Lapine
הי”ד.

One cannot forget the Rebbe’s anguish, and the brokenhearted sicha he spoke during shiva highlighting the profound loss for her children שליט”א who would be growing up without their mother.

Three decades later I am certain Pesha Leah ע”ה is looking down from heaven and kvelling with nachas
from her children and their many accomplishments.

Her son, Rabbi Avrohom Lapine, the shliach to Columbia, Missouri, is currently in the midst of building a beautiful mikvah to perpetuate his mother’s memory and is running a fundraising campaign to complete this most fitting tribute to his dear mother.

Keren Hachomesh, the foundation established by the Rebbe זי”ע during the shiva of Rebbetzin Chaya
Mushka ע”ה ז”ל is delighted to participate in this campaign with a gift of $20,000 to help build Mikvah Mei Pesya Leah.

Indeed, when the Rebbe asked me to arrange the creation of this special foundation he made specific mention of the foundation providing grants to help build Mikvaos.

I encourage everyone reading this letter, wherever you may be around the world, to partner with the Rebbe’s Foundation and take part in building this special foundation of the Jewish Home in memory of a true eishes chayil who gave her life al kiddush Hashem.

Very truly,
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky

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