JSU Students Make Pillow Cases For Sick Children

May 30, 2013


Over 300 teens at over a dozen JSU Public School Clubs took part in the important mitzvah of bikur cholim (caring for those who are sick). The teens gathered together to make decorative pillowcases for children in the hospital suffering from cancer. As the teens hand-decorated the pillowcases, Rabbi Chaim Neiditch led a discussion of why sometimes bad things happen to good people. During the discussion, many of the participants shared personal stories of what it had been like for them to deal with sick family members. Nonetheless, the overall mood at these events was positive, as all participants were overjoyed to be able to use their decorative talents to do something meaningful to help brings smiles to the faces of children struggling with illnesses.


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