In just 3 weeks, I’ll be participating in a cycling tour event called Bike4Chai (check out one of the many videos here) . We will ride 180 miles from Stamford, Connecticut to the Catskill mountains in New York to Camp Simcha, an extraordinary overnight camp that gives children with cancer a vacation from sickness that restores their spirits and renews their determination to fight! Bike4Chai is the premier fundraiser for Chai Lifeline and Camp Simcha, and because of the committed cyclists involved, it is responsible for the entire camp budget.
Shabbat.com is a project that Rabbi Klatzko, myself, and our entire team work tirelessly to increase the level of Global kindness, enable people to connect in a meaningful way, and build a greater world in which any Jew can be a host or be hosted for Shabbat. As the co-founder and CTO of Shabbat.com I am proud to be a part of this vision, and I hope that Shabbat.com’s members can partner with me in this great cause.
The past few months, I’ve been increasing my aerobic capacity and losing those winter pounds through boxing fitness (go kosher boxing!), and increased cycling. Follow my cycling training online here.
I’m really touched by the all that Chai Lifeline does for so many kids and families, and I’d love for you to become my partner in raising the funds that support these incredible programs.
Sponsor me here at bikerebbe.com!
Thank you so much!
Learn all about Chai Lifeline and Camp Simcha below: