Each morning over 1,000 children ages 3 ? 14 learn Torah at Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey. Their beautiful voices can be heard in our Beis Midrash, classrooms, music room and preschool as they joyfully encounter the alef beis or learn to master a blatt of gemara.
We invite you to dedicate a day of our children?s learning at RYNJ. The Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey?s Lori K. Okoskin Parnas Hayom Program gives grandparents, parents and friends of the yeshiva the opportunity to honor or memorialize a loved one through the sweet voices of our students learning Torah.
A beautiful Parnas Hayom board hangs in the entry hall of the yeshiva. Each week?s dedications are prominently displayed on the board and appear in the school?s weekly newsletter. Dedications are announced at morning tefila so that the children will know for whom their learning is dedicated.
A day of learning may be dedicated on the occasion of a yahrzeit, in honor of a simcha, a birthday, an anniversary or any occasion that you wish to recognize.
There are two ways to participate in the Parnas Hayom program.
1) Daily Dedication: Minimum Contribution of $100
Learning will be dedicated on the day of your choice. A plaque will be displayed on the Parnas Hayom board throughout the week of the dedication.
2) Permanent Dedication: Minimum Contribution of $1000
Learning will be dedicated every year on the date you provide. A permanent engraved plaque will be made and will be displayed each year during the week of the dedication. Permanent dedications are a wonderful way to mark the occasion of a yahrzeit.
Please consider supporting the Yeshiva by taking part in this very meaningful program. Fill out the enclosed form and return it with your check made out to ?Yeshiva of North Jersey.? If you prefer to place your dedication by phone or email, please contact Elana Lieber at 201-837-9441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the zchus of your tzedakah and of our children?s Torah learning,
may you and your family be blessed with good health,
happiness and much nachas.
Any further questions may be directed to Elana Lieber.