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Our director, Shmuel, is fortunate to be involved with this local organization.  Chai-Lifeline Mid-Atlantic is a wonderful organization that services children and their families who struggle with serious and chronic medical illnesses.  It is hard to imagine what they endure daily throughout the year.  Their resilience and internal strength runs deep.  We collaborated on this fun project to help provide a voice and platform for them to share an inspiring message for all of us.  As the world struggles with tremendous adversity, a unique reality, and significant isolation these children have something to say.   Help us get this out there and have their message heard from the rooftops!



YouTube link- https://youtu.be/esLkSK35Fnk

Facebook post link- https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1059254087803455

Featuring The Maccabeats http://www.maccabeats.com/
Lyrics by Cecelia Margules
Composed by Blumstein Brothers @tyhashem
Executive Producer: Shmuel Fischler
Music Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy http://www.mendyportnoy.com
Strings Arranged and Performed by Yoed Nir
Guitars by Israel Portnoy
Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel
Special Thanks to CBT Baltimore https://www.cbtbaltimore.com/
Producer: Sparks Next http://www.sparksnext.com/
Art by Mordy Luxenberg

Special Thanks:
Gavi Pachino
Adi Singerman
Tzvi Haber
Yitzy Spinner
Yossi Robinson
Daniel Finkelman
Aharon Orian
Chaya Greenberg

Chai Lifeline gives children, families, and communities the tools they need to meet the challenges of living with pediatric illness or loss.

Chai Lifeline’s year-round programs and services address the emotional, social, and financial needs of young patients, their parents and siblings.

http://chailifeline.org | http://campsimcha.org

Our largest program is Camp Simcha/Camp Simcha Special. Every summer, 480 campers enjoy a needed respite from illness in an environment filled with friendship, love, and encouragement. They rediscover their childhood, and when they leave camp they realize that they do not have be defined by illness or disabilities.