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Sigi August 31, 2011

Filed under: Helping Hand — foundintranslation18 @ 5:54 pm

Sigi, a famous belly dancer, is sick again. She is going to fight and WIN the terrible cancer. Sigi got it the second time this year, in a more aggressive way, she is currently on her way to a life saver treatment, this is her chance to live!. 

For those of you who don’t know her, Sigi (41) lives in Fair Lawn, she is a mother for 2 beautiful kids ages 8 and 10. She will not give up!


DONATIONS ARE BEING COLLECTED FOR HER TREATMENT, PLEASE CONTACT  IMMIDIETLY FOR INFORMATION . Any donation will be appreciated.

Checks may be made and send directly to Larger than Life according to the following info:

Larger Than Life 

in the memo please mention: “Sigi”

54-15 35th Street

Long Island City, NY 11101

Please include the following information in order to get a receipt for your donation from Larger than Life:

full name, (company name), address, telephone number for questions (if any), email address.

Larger than Life‘s board made an urgent decision to help Sigi in her terrible situation, and give her all the money donated under her name, upon the check cleared in the bank. 

A receipt will be mailed once a donation received.

 

PS Please don’t hesitate to forward this message to your contact list. Thank you!

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Open Hearts Project March 12, 2011

 

Please join us for a friendly informational meeting about project Open Hearts, Open Homes, a respite program for Israeli teenagers affected by terrorism and/or war. This is a joint program between both the JCC on the Palisades and the YJCC in Washington Twp. You won’t be committing to anything by attending this meeting aside from an hour of your time and hopefully some interesting conversation. If you have any questions you can contact Steven Mark at smark@yjcc.org or (201) 666-6610 ext. 244.
Thank you

 

 

 

Helping Hand April 11, 2010

Here is a wonderful and important campaign that assists Israeli youth in distress. ELEM helps thousands of children each year, would you like to take part in that effort ?!
Please click to learn more – http://www.give2gether.com/projects/lights-of-hope-flag

Thank you to Ayala for that important information.