Arora Nash Charity Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Alan & Lori Zekelman
*MEF Chai Circle
UNITE FOR STRONGER CHINUCH
Chabad Schools need our help, and today we have the power to take MEF’s work to the next level. Partner with us as we ENSURE that all graduates of Chabad Schools have the tools they need to live their lives as Chabad Chassidim in today’s world.
Education is the call of the hour--our 15,000 children NEED your help. This is our Moment. LET'S MAKE IT HAPPEN!
HOW IT WORKS:
Every penny you donate is QUADRUPLED! For every dollar you give, the Menachem Education Foundation will get $4. Every dollar will be matched by our three generous benefactors, to help us reach our goal of $500,000.
Remember: The campaign is ALL OR NOTHING – we must raise the full amount within 24 hours, or all donations will be returned.
$500 grows into $2000!
$360 grows into $1440!
$250 grows into $1000!
$125 grows into $500!
Your support will allow us to ENSURE that all graduates of Chabad Schools have the tools they need to live their lives as Chabad Chassidim in today’s world.
Every Chabad student deserves a great education. Now is your chance to help our children succeed.
If you would like more information about the Menachem Education Foundation please call 718-663-7215. Thank you!
Every day, the challenge to educate our youth becomes greater. For the last 7 years, it has been the mission of the Menachem Education Foundation (MEF) to strengthen authentic Chabad Chinuch, and we have been working tirelessly to bring the best to our children.
When Mrs. Farkash, Principal of Ohel Chana High School, Los Angeles, was faced with overwhelming leadership, fiscal, and administrative difficulties she was able to draw on the skills and systems that she learned in the MEF Professional Leadership Training. She was able to overcome the challenges and transform her school into one of excellence, receiving a star report from the Accrediting Commission for Private schools.
Mrs. Farkash is one of 39 principals who completed the MEF Professional Leadership Training program.
First grader Sruli L. seemed to be doing well, when during his school’s end of the year assessment uncovered a processing disorder. His teachers were able to proactively customize instruction so that today he is a successful 6th grader learning on par with his classmates.
Sruli is one of 2,900 students in classrooms that utilize Data Driven Instruction (DDI), as adapted and trained by MEF. DDI gives every teacher the ability to work with each child in a unique way.
Rabbi Blasberg’s fourth grade class was not able to read. With the knowledge and skills he gained from the teacher training he received from MEF he was able to advance his students three grade levels so they could read chapter books by the end of the year.
Rabbi Blasberg is one of 137 teachers trained and mentored by MEF.
A 12th grade Bais Rivka classroom was transformed by Zeldy Nemanov, a TIP trained teacher who was inspired to bring educational standards into her classroom. She adapted the Zekelman Standards to learning Chassidus, and at the end of the year her students said “You have shown me how applicable Chassidus is through teaching me how to learn independently .”
Zeldy is one of the 210 of teachers who use standardized learning in their classrooms due to training by MEF.
*MEF Chai Circle Matcher: DNA FOOTWEAR, Crain-Maling Foundation, Slomo & Cindy Silvian and Friends.