Chai Lifeline Canada’s Upcoming “Sing for the Children” Event



Excitement is growing in Jewish communities across Canada with the approach of Chai Lifeline Canada’s upcoming “Sing for the Children” event on March 16 starring Chazzan Yitzchak Meir Helfgot. Produced by the incomparable Sheya Mendlowitz, the special musical event will feature the symphony orchestra conducted by Dr. Mordechai Sobol accompanied by the Toronto Choral Ensemble. To top off star-studded lineup, the concert will also feature Yisroel Lamm and the Philharmonic Experience with world renowned pianist Yaron Gershovsky. The concert will take place in the prestigious Roy Thomson Hall at 7:30 p.m.

Sheya Mendlowitz, coming off of his sold out “The Event” concert at Madison Square Garden just this past week, tells that “Sing for the Children” will be a most unique musical presentation with the dazzling vocal abilities of Chazzan Helfgot.

To order tickets for “Sing for the Children,” call 1.888.416.CHAI (2424), or click here to purchase tickets right online.

mailgooglecom21“Following last year’s Sing for the Children concert which was a sold-out and fundraising success,  we owed it to ourselves as well as to the Toronto community to put another one together,” said Rabbi Mordechai Rothman, executive director of Chai Lifeline Canada.  “Everyone enjoyed a great show and the concert proceeds covered half of our annual budget.”

This year’s concert is sponsored by, an online auction platform designed specifically for non-profit fundraising. Supporters of CLC who are unable to attend the event can show their support by bidding on items on the CLC Auction website.


Families of children with serious illness face a host of challenges on numerous fronts, challenges that immeasurably compound the difficulty of their arduous struggle of combating the disease itself. Chai Lifeline Canada addresses the full spectrum of needs, from logistical to social, recreational to psychological. Chai Lifeline Canada reaches out not only to patients, but also to parents, siblings, classmates, school faculty, and the community as well.

Despite its size, Chai Lifeline Canada is an organization comprised of caring, compassionate individuals who are sensitive to the unique needs of each individual they help. When families feel alone and overwhelmed, Chai Lifeline Canada staff members and volunteers extend a helping hand, a listening ear, a shoulder to cry on – and a loving heart. Because, at the end of the day, that is what Chai Lifeline Canada is all about – fighting illness with love.

All proceeds of the upcoming “Sing for the Children” concert will go toward Chai Lifeline Canada so that it can continue its efforts in assisting families faced with the difficulties of illness.



  1. I was at the concert last year. Was the most impressive production I have ever seen. I cannot wait to go again this year …

  2. I was there too. I plan on purchasing tickets for my whole family. It was amazing. There are certain concerts that are rocky and fun. This one was regal filled with royalty.

  3. i learn in the ner israel kollel up north – im not really a concert goer but i just love chazonas. Im actually strongly considering going. I just have to discuss it with rabbi mayerfield first.