Dear Matzav Editor,
I have been reading your reports about mosdos hachinuch closing down. I am disturbed by the news, to say the least.
To avoid losing more schools and more kids, we need to come up with a plan that will work.
I believe that until the current crisis is sorted out, everyone living in a city where mosdos are shut and children are stranded should be asked to put a freeze on all donations to anywhere but their town mosdos, and that a one percent tax on every purchase in the local heimishe stores be given to the yeshivos that have closed to due financial reasons.
Is this the answer? I don’t know. But we cannot just sit back and do nothing as mosad after mosad closes its doors. If we do sit back, it will be a big kitrug on us on the Yom Hadin.