Zichron Shlome Refuah Fund proudly presents, for women and girls, a musical adventure based on the songs of Abie Rotenberg. Seventeen-year-old Shlome Ziegler's last words were, "Tatty, please, don't ever forget me." Then, this promising boy's life was lost to cancer, forever. His mother, Raizy Ziegler, took his words to heart, founded "Zichron Shlome Refuah Fund", thus keeping ShlomeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s, a"h, memory alive. Zichron Shlome Refuah Fund aids families and patients whose lives have been victimized by cancer. They reach out to the Jewish community, and are based in many areas across New York and New Jersey. From doctors' bills to gas, from transportation to groceries and sheitels, Zichron Shlome goes behind the scenes to help alleviate as much pain as they possibly can through those terrorizing times. Whatever the family needs, may it be cleaning help, rent, subsidizing tuition, or tutors to help the children when Mommy and Tatty are at the hospital, Zichron Shlome will be there.
|Artist||Zichron Shlome Refuah Fund & Various Artists|