Wrapping Up 25 Years, Unwrapping a Sefer Torah

Lubavitch Mesivta of Chicago is celebrating the completion of 25 years of outstanding education. Year after year, the Mesivta demonstrates a model of commitment and investment that launches their talmidim to outstanding academic achievement.

Lubavitch Mesivta of Chicago is celebrating the completion of (its first) 25 years of outstanding education. Year after year, the Mesivta demonstrates a model of commitment and investment that launches their talmidim to outstanding academic achievement. More importantly, Torah seeps into the minds and hearts of the bochurim in the formative years spent in a zal reverberating with ahavas Yisroel, achdus, and limmud haTorah. In the classroom and beyond, the talented educators of the Mesivta bring Torah to life.

In fact, nothing says Lubavitch Mesivta like limmud haTorah – which is why the most fitting anniversary gift is a new Sefer Torah. Limmud haTorah is the heartbeat of the Mesivta. It is the medium through which Am Yisroel continues to thrive in the face of the most tremendous obstacles, and the Mesivta strives to bring limmud haTorah to life every single day. 

It is with great honor that we launch our next chapter with the completion of a new Sefer Torah. 

In celebration of 25 years of top-notch education,
the Mesivta is raising
$500k in 36 hours in a triple-match campaign

ending tonight, Charidy.com/Chicago!

Torah is life, It supports our very existence. Chinuch is critical for the health of the entire Jewish community. You have the power to enliven the Chicago community and beyond by partnering with the Mesivta today. Your gift directly impacts the talmidim because your partnership empowers our educators to bring the highest quality education to the future leaders of our people .

The Mesivta is running a crowdfunding campaign to bring klal Yisroel the zechus of partaking in limmud haTorah. Join us at Charidy.com/Chicago, and help Lubavitch Mesivta wrap up 25 years of limmud haTorah by unwrapping the greatest Gift ever given. 

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