Monday, September 21, 2015

צרכי עמך מרובים

With  yom tov approaching there are many who are struggling to make ends meet. In addition there are those who were laid off from the special ed agencies. Its time to help out the many yechidim who have no where to turn and are too embarrassed to ask. The sky rocketing tax hikes is only making matters worse. Its time to focus all our tzedakas on עניי עירך. Many of these families are not known to the Gaboei tzadaka and are on nobody's list. If you think of a neighbor a relative or friend that  are struggling or have been laid off recently, try to help them out in a bakovodiker way. Adopt your neighbor, adopt your friend, adopt your brother.


  1. Best way is to cut out the middle man, and have the recipients receive 100% of your money. The way to do that is to get it to the ani'em directly. obviously in a bakovidiker way.

  2. Once again your website raises an important issue in Lakewood. Your website may be called hefkervelt, but the good that you do is anything but hefker. Wishing you a gmar tov, and a gut gebenchte yur. Thank you again for bringing up more important things to discuss than accidents and promoting politics that help nobody. Keep it up.

    1. I agree you should change the name to something respectful. The name is deceiving, and is sure to turn away ehrlicher readers. You provide a great service to Lakewood, and are the better alternative to other places that are full of poop. Please keep up the good work!

  3. Judging by the real estate market in Lakewood, where empty lots in yuhupitsvil or Jackson are selling like hot cakes for $369,000, there ain't no crises.
    Lakewood is an extremely afluent town where taxes are appropriate for the wealthy populence who all live in brand new 3,000' mansions.

    Enough kvetching!

  4. Lots in jackson are not selling for anywhere near that. I know people who cant get 100000 for acre lots in midfle if Jackson