Sefer Torah Campaign Launched In Memory Of Jackson Crash Victim Shmuel Brog Z”L

Our hearts were broken from the terrible news that we heard on Thursday night. Shmuel Brog, the beautiful, pure four-year-old son of our friend, Reb Avrohom Brog, passed away in a tragic car accident.

There is nothing we can say to minimize the family’s suffering or assuage their unspeakable pain. All we can do is join them in their time of mourning and bereavement.

The many friends of the family are joining together to write a Sefer Torah in Shmuel’s memory, in order to perpetuate the memory of this beloved young boy and so that the Zechus of a Sefer Torah will be a merit for his neshama in the Olam Ha’emes.

When the Torah is read in shul, it will be a great nechama for the grieving parents and will provide them with some consolation and solace from their incredible pain. By collectively donating this fund, we can help them during their time of sorrow and assist them in rebuilding their lives after this terrible tragedy.

This campaign is endorsed by Reb Simcha Bunin Londinsky Shlita, Rav of Ohr Gedaliah of Lakewood, All questions, comments, or for additional donation options, can be directed to Rabbi Yaakov Levitin at 732-232-0534 or email address Ylevitin86@gmail.com.

All donations on ABCHARITY.ORG are tax deductible. The tax ID for this campaign is 834411630.

To take part in this great zechus, click here.

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