As you make your Bar Mitzvah Celebration for your beloved son, please help us make ours for our sons!

13 In 2013 Special Bar Mitzvah Celebration With Thanks To Your Support, Will Be Sunday, 9th June!<-

 

2012 BAR MITZVAH CELEBRATIONS was amazing , now help us with 2013 and our 30 students to make this year a day and gifts for all to remember! Join us and donate generously after you read below and click here -> http://www.jaffainstitute.org/online-donations-to-the-jaffa-institute write in comments eli’s friends and your secure donation will be for the Bar Mitzvah of 30 students 2013!

Bet Shemesh Bar Mitzvah Ceremony 2012

On 23 April 2012, 15 boys who study at the Bet Shemesh Education Center celebrated their B’nei Mitzvah in a beautiful

ceremony overlooking the Judean Hills. Like all of the boys at the Bet Shemesh Educational Center – a residential high school for at-risk boys – these adolescents come from severely disadvantaged backgrounds. Sadly, their parents simply could not afford to provide them with celebrations to mark the important milestone of becoming Bar Mitzvah.

This year, (2012) the Center fulfilled the dreams of its B’nei Mitzvah students. The day’s events marked the culmination of a course in which the boys studied the significance of the Bar Mitzvah as an important boundary between childhood and adulthood. The young men began their special day with their family and friends at a beautiful ceremony, which was followed by a luxuriously catered meal. In honor of the momentous event, each of the boys was given a set of teffilin and a tallit, as well as a wrist-watch. They were then taken on an exciting field trip to the Old City of Jerusalem, where they enjoyed several historical tours and ate delicious pizza. The highlight of the trip was a visit to the Western Wall; a poignant occasion which held much meaning for the Bar Mitzvah boys.

We would like to thank the Goldsmith Family and all the other donors who made this special day of celebration possible.

For more information about this year’s celebration as well as footage of the day’s events please click here

To see more photos of the Bar Mitzvah ceremony, please click here

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Sincere appreciation for your help 2013!!!!

Eli Goldsmith

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.

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/Barmitzvah
– http://www.facebook.com/media/Meal&Kotel

and here for more of the footage!<- click here!

Support the Jaffa Institute’s Ethiopian Bar Mitzvah Program and Donate on our new root funding campaign <- click here! 

The Ethiopian Bar Mitzvah Program aims to help Ethiopian children who cannot afford to celebrate their Bar Mitzvahs because of their families’ financial hardships.  The boys are provided with an educational course about the significance of the Bar Mitzvah as well as a set of teffilin, a talit and a small gift in honor of the occasion.

If you have chosen to fundraise for the Ethiopian Bar Mitzvah Program, create your own fundraising page! Click Create a Branch Campaign and get started!

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One thought on “As you make your Bar Mitzvah Celebration for your beloved son, please help us make ours for our sons!

  1. Reblogged this on midnightrabbi inspires and commented:

    Please if your son or friends son or families son and daughter can afford a fancy celebration for their adulthood, help us make this reality for our students thanks!

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