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Rabbi William Z. and Eda Bess Novick Bigdei Yisrael Sends Clothing to Ten Charitable Organizations Throughout Israel12 August, 2014
Hebrew Theological College is proud to announce that 379 large boxes of gently used clothing for men, women and children, including winter coats have been shipped to ten charitable organizations throughout Israel. With tremendous thanks to the greater Chicago community, the Rabbi William Z. and Eda Bess Novick Bigdei Yisrael project will distribute clothing in Beitar, Beit Shemesh, Elad, Elon Moreh, Itamar, Kfar Tapuach, Kiryat Sefer, Tzfat and two locations in Jerusalem. Since the project’s inception in 2002, HTC has sent over 65 tons of clothing to Israel.
Hebrew Theological College wishes to thank the Novick family for endowing this most important mitzvah. In addition, we extend a special thank you to Mrs. Pnina Levinson and Mrs. Zehava Krauss, for their tireless efforts in coordinating this project.
Help HTC Receive a $10,000 gift from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation
Hebrew Theological College is excited to announce the launch of our new Life and Legacy Campaign. This new initiative is just one of many ways that alumni, parents and friends of HTC are able to give back to HTC. For over nine decades, HTC has educated thousands of students worldwide in HTC's Beis Midrash and College for Men, Blitstein Institute for Women and Fasman Yeshiva High School.
A legacy gift can come in various forms and need not impact one's finances during their lifetime. Life and Legacy gifts will be used exclusively to support the HTC Endowment Fund, securing the future of HTC and its vital role within the community.
As an incentive to kick off this new campaign, the Harold Grinspoon's Life & Legacy Program will give HTC a one-time cash incentive of $10,000, upon securing 18 commitments to our Life & Legacy Campaign this year. With your help we hope to guarantee HTC's vibrancy for future generations.