Sefer Torah Being Written in Memory of R’ Nachman and Raizy Glauber z”l March 7, 2013 5:44 pm
Klal Yisroel suffered a terrible catastrophe.
On Motzaei Shabbos, 20 Adar, R’ Nachman and his wife Raizy Glauber Z”L, both a tender 21 years of age, were instantly killed in a heartbreaking collision by an errant motorist, as they made their way to the hospital to deliver their first child, a son, who ultimately passed away as well.
They will never have the chance to raise their child or build a family of their own, but we, members of Klal Yisroel will ensure that the legacy of this young is not forgotten nor lost.
This tragedy shook all of Klal Yisroel, and therefore deserves a response which includes all of Klal Yisroel. Thus, the couple’s family and friends have vowed to perpetuate their young, yet rich, lives via the writing of a brand new Sefer Torah to be used and celebrated with in their eternal memory.
Every letter, Posuk, Perek and Parsha in this Sefer Torah is available for dedication. Every individual that purchases a letter or a larger segment in this Sefer Torah will have a direct partnership in the perpetuation of R’ Nachman and Raizy’s memory and by taking part in this holy Mitzvah, will merit eternal zechusim for themselves and their family.
Any donations received beyond the cost of the Sefer Torah will be earmarked for the popular “Leil Shishi Shovevim” program, a unique program encouraging Limud Hatorah, which was partially the brainchild of R’ Nachman Glauber Z”L, when he was only 14 years old, and will also serve as a tremendous Zechus for his exalted Neshama, as well as a great merit for all contributors.
This campaign is endorsed by many community leaders, including the director of Tomchei Shabbos, Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Moskowitz, Rav of Kehilas Borov.
Be a part of this special Mitzvah and help us forever keep the flames of these pure Neshamos burning bright. In the merit of your generosity may you and yours be blessed with abundant health, happiness and success in all your endeavors.
CLICK HERE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WRITING OF THE SEFER TORAH.