Manchester Kehilla Launches Fundraiser for Family Stricken by Fire

The frum kehillah in Manchester is stepping up to the plate after a fire in the township’s Holly Oaks neighborhood left two people injured and their home uninhabitable.

In a sign of camaraderie and care for their fellow Manchester residents, the kehilla has launched a fundraiser to help the family get back on its feet following the devastating fire.

As previously reported on Lakewood Alerts, the fire began on the home’s back porch and then spread to the home, causing serious damage and injuring two – a 17-year-old girl and a woman in her 70s. Both were transported to Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus in Lakewood for treatment.

To take part in this fundraising endeavor, click here. The funds are being raised under the guidance of Rav Aharon Zisow.

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