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Chai Lifeline

While Hasidic women are commonly seen pushing children filled strollers, some of them, like Chumi Borenstein, push themselves to great heights on bikes to help sick children in need. Bike 4 Chai, perhaps the biggest biking fundraiser in the Tri-State Area, is taking place today and tomorrow, raising millions of […]
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While many Orthodox Jewish men dress in black, the mask, cape and Batman costume Josh Aryeh wears is a little less typical. This is the getup he dons every week in order to give solace and entertainment to children with cancer and other chronic illnesses. “Ever since I was a kid […]
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  Even though eight-year-old Laila and her family are from New York, they never had much experience with Orthodox Jews until Laila was diagnosed with cancer. Laila’s mother recalls that when treatment began, that changed in an instant. “Memorial Sloan-Kettering gave us more direct exposure to Orthodox Jews. They have […]
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