Since 1995, Keren Even Habochen Ner Moshe has motivated thousands of bnei Torah to take their learning to greater levels. What began with approximately 200 yungeleit has grown to over 1,000 participants at Bais Medrash Govoah in Lakewood, NJ.
Each participating chaburah learns at its own pace. At the end of each month, the roshei chaburah compose tests. Upon completion of the tests, and based on their scores, the participants of the program receive a stipend from Keren Even Habochen.
These bechinos, which are given on a broad range of limudim, promote more intense hasmadah and clarity. They also increase retention, creating a sense of tangible accomplishments for the participants. The stipends that the yungeleit receive afterward are very helpful.
Even Habochen recently started a Chaver Hachaburah program, which is a unique opportunity for people to actually partner with a participating Keren Even Habochen chaburah. Sponsors of $5,000 will have the privilege and the eternal merit of enabling a chaburah’s enhanced learning. Ten chaburos have already been adopted by sponsors.
Keren Even Habochen’s 22nd Annual Dinner will take place tonight, Motzoei Shabbos, Parshas Vayeishev, December 9, at Ateres Reva Hall in Lakewood. The dinner’s theme is “Tried and Tested.” Keren Even Habochen will honor Rav and Mrs. Moshe Chaim Kahan with the Kesser Torah Award, Rabbi and Mrs. Yehoshua H. Lapides with the Tomeich Torah Award, and Rav and Mrs. Simcha Bunim Londinski with the Harbotzas Torah Award. The guest speaker will be Rav Moshe Tuvia Lieff, rov of Agudas Yisroel Bais Binyomin in Flatbush. Zemiros will be performed by Heshy Goldstein.