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Harford Champions

  • Harford Champions

  • On May 15th, 2018, join the Harford County Jewish community as we celebrate Giving Day to support the Jewish Community of tomorrow by raising $100k 200 donors in 36 hours.

    Donations during this 36-hour period will be Quadrupled! 

    All gifts will help fund Harford Chabad's impact on the community

    • The Education Champion  gifts will fund the Study
    • The Youth Champion Team  gifts will fund the future
    • The Family Champion Team  giftswill fund tikkun olam (social programs)

    Harford Counties Jewish community is invigorating and inspiring rooted in Jewish values and committed to the building a vibrant Jewish future for those living in the area.

    Pre-pledge today so we can feed your pledge into the campaign once we go live! Each pledge will be quadrupled!

    $500 = $2,000 
    $360= $1,440 
    $180 = $720 
    $100 = $400

    A big thank you to our matching champions 
    Michael & Robyn Barnett 
    Andy & Jayne Klein 
    Lance Hersh & Saxon's Diamond Centers 
    Debra Speyer - Dedicated to the children - in memory of Katharine Winokur 
    M - In memory my uncle Ronald Spector 
    S - In memory my parents Edward & Barbara and my brother Gary 

    This community is the champion of future but the futrue starts with YOU! ##HarfordChampion #JewishChampion #Youth #EducationChampion #FamilyChampion

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Rabbi Kushi Schusterman
Executive Director