May 17, 2007

Donations Please

Filed under: Website Kvetching — Reb Moshe @ 4:51 pm

sign-up-now.jpgThank you everyone who has donated in the past. It would take too long to list everyone. Aproximately 90% of the websites bills I take out of my own pocket. Now with thousands of dollars of medical bills and family expensives living in Israel this really puts a lot of pressure on me. I know everyone assumes I blog about everything but I only tell you 5% of what is happening in my personal life which is probably enough for everyone to handle. I hope to drop that down to 1% next year but for now; I need those who could afford to help to see that it is serious that you do so. This is in the top 10 of kiruv outreach programs in the world.

Today, I almost lost a harddrive do too a virus that my scanner didn’t pick up. I have been crying out about my need for a new backup drive for a while. In Israel, a 500gig external drive costs hundreds and as stated, I already owe thousands to hospitals from my wife and childs medical bills. Instead of paying their bills, I will have to buy a harddrive myself! I also need $1000 to advertise this month as it has been months since we advertised the sites.

Alone, I can save thousands of worlds and people, together, with your help…

4 Comments

  1. I think it is more important to pay your family’s medical bills than to have a new harddrive.

    Comment by Duvie Sharfman — May 17, 2007 @ 6:10 pm

  2. Of course, I agree… but I have already sold myself pretty much to kiruv and there isn’t anything left. After I posted this blog, I got an email that someone was selling a 500gig external. It ended up being someone who is a fan of ilovetorah. I managed to buy it for $140 which is very cheap for Israel but that is money that needs to go towards the bills. But duvie, what would you say in 10 years if all the Divrey Torah, 200 videos and 5 books were lost simply cause I didn’t spend $140? Right now, 24hours a day in most contenents and countries someone is watching a TorahVideo. In ten years from now, there will be 20x the viewers…

    So, I threw up today and then saw the harddrive on sale and in 5minutes got in my car and went to the bank and then the sellers home. Then I went food shopping for shabbos for 1 hour. Life in Israel isn’t like America, every day you have earn it to stay, especially in one of the 4 holy cities.

    Comment by Reb Moshe — May 17, 2007 @ 10:38 pm

  3. The new drive is running slow. I am doing diagnosis now and I might have to return it and buy one at full israeli prices after-all.

    Comment by Reb Moshe — May 18, 2007 @ 1:46 am

  4. Reb Mo, manages to pay bills and get things he needs.
    It’s not always easy. But with Help from the Creator he survives. HaShem has a special ear tuned for Reb Mo and his family. B’H for people like Reb Mo!!!

    Comment by Kara — May 19, 2007 @ 12:53 am

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