Group Bar Mitzvah Celebration for Underprivileged Youth

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We were honored to have invited you to support the celebration of 15 of our youngsters who reached their Bar Mitzvah milestone this year.
The ceremony took place in the new dining room at The Bet Shemesh Educational Center on Rosh Hodesh Iyar, 23.4.12.

We were honored to have invited you to support the celebration of 15 of our youngsters who reached their Bar Mitzvah milestone this year.
The ceremony took place in the new dining room at The Bet Shemesh Educational Center on Rosh Hodesh Iyar, 23.4.12.

Becoming Bar Mitzvah is often the most significant event in a teenage boy’s life. It marks the important boundary between childhood and adulthood and is generally a time for great joy as well as reflection. Sadly, many of the students at the Bet Shemesh Educational Center simply cannot afford to celebrate this special occasion because of their families’ financial hardship.This year, the Bet Shemesh Educational Center seeks to fulfill the dreams of its Bar Mitzvah boys.

The parents were over joyed at the opportunity we gave them with your kind donations.  After completing an educational course about the significance of becoming Bar Mitzvah, each of the boys was given a set of teffilin, and a tallit, as well as a small gift (brand new watches) in honor of the momentous event. They also had the opportunity to celebrate their special day with their families and friends, they were all treated to a luxuriously catered meal and taken on an exciting field trip to the Kotel and old city for various tours, pizza and more.

For more info click here<-.This meaningful day of growth and celebration will be unforgettable for our students! If you would like to help a Bar Mitzvah boy receive a truly special Bar Mitzvah celebration for the new year of students, please click here (and mention eli in comments) or contact Eli umuse613@gmail.com or phone 0573175856/ 00972573175856

Your participation gave us great pleasure
Eli Goldsmith and Dr. David J. Portowicz

Arutz ShevaPost just in!

Rapper Shyne Speaks to Underprivileged Bar Mitzvah Kids

Moshe Levi, also known by his hip-hop name Shyne, spoke to a group of underprivileged bar mitzvah students on Monday. A group of 15 students took part in agroup bar mitzvah celebration organized by the Bet Shemesh Educational Center and the Jaffa Institute. Shyne was a hardcore rap musician who spend almost ten years in an American prison until moving to Israel. He spoke to the students about his journey to becoming a Torah observant yeshiva student.

Rabbi Eli Goldsmith (<-click here for more) who co-organized the event stated, “sadly, many of the studentsat the Bet Shemesh Educational Center simply cannot afford to celebrate this special occasion because of their families’ financial hardship.” Donations enabled thestudents to tour the Western wall in Jerusalem and receive a set of teffilin and tallit.

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2 thoughts on “Group Bar Mitzvah Celebration for Underprivileged Youth

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  2. Please note the other 15 boys received there Bar Mitzvah before and after (as they are not 13 yet) this special day when the time and money was available thanks to your donations to make this possible for all our students!

    See here for more of the pics http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.366289683406332.77604.100000759096176&type=1
    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.365696516798982.77480.100000759096176&type=1

    and here for more of the footage

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