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Kapayim Coffee Breaks

Do you know what children who are afflicted with illness crave most? NORMALCY. Hear the joy in the voice of eleven-year old Benny as he recites the hadran at the completion of a mesechte he learnt with his one-on-one chavrusa. See the look of absolute pleasure on four-year old Dini’s father’s face

Kapayim fulfills Aziks Wish

Watch Kapayim making a difference in one little boys life. Watch Kapayim Song JOIN US IN BUILDING THE FUTURE OF HOPE. A PLACE WHERE HOPE HAS AN ADDRESS! DONATE NOW

Gather in Unity

קול כפים יום תפילה פאר חולי ישראל. There are many forms of healing. With the advance of modern medicine, בחסדי שמים, new treatments and remedies for illnesses and ailments are discovered daily. There are institutions full of people studying, learning and researching diseases and their potential cures. But there is a powerful

Pause for This Cause

6:30 a.m. alarm rings. Boys leave for morning seder. They wake the baby. Make her a bottle. 7 a.m. – 3 year old wants breakfast NOW. Head downstairs. Put in toast to bake and put up eggs to boil. Fill a cup of coffee. 3 yr old spilled orange juice. Put down

Hope

Hope. The ability to rise above challenges.  The strength to forge ahead despite difficulties.  Hope is our belief. Our emunah.  Our tefillos. On May 8 and May 10 the annual Kapayim Ladies Spring Events brought hope and light to thousands of women who attended the inspirational evening programs.  Titled “On the wings

We Don’t Give Up. They Don’t Give Up

WE DON’T GIVE UP. THEY DON’T GIVE UP. HELP US KEEP UP OUR DAILY SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES FACING SERIOUS ILLNESSES SEPTEMBER 10, 2001 WAS A VERY IMPORTANT DAY IN MY LIFE. IT WAS THE FIRST DAY OF EIGHTH GRADE, AND I HAD BOUGHT A BRAND NEW DIARY THE DAY BEFORE WHERE I

L’ilui Nishmas Leah Bas Nosson A’h Braverman

Dear Laly, We celebrated your third birthday on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in September. We were all there- your new little friends, your Ima’s friends- all of us that had come to love you so deeply since your arrival in America. Your birthday was on Wednesday, but we celebrated it on Sunday,

Kapayim: Daily Support with Families Dealing with Illness

Lost in thought, Mr. Ganz takes in his daughter’s tiny, sleeping form. She’s wrapped in blankets, one hand loosely thrown over her worn teddy bear. His eyes wander the room, taking in the playful artwork she’s colored, the discarded games. He’s had a long day, stuck in one inane business meeting after