In honor of Rabbi Tzemach Cunin, a”h, 43 new shluchim will be moving to communities throughout California within the year of his passing to find the neshama that has not yet been lit up.
In Silicon Valley, where the tech industry has attracted tens of thousands of Jews, Rabbi Mendel and Mussi Weinfeld will be moving down to open up a Chabad House in Almaden Valley.
The Weinfeld’s will be moving out on Sunday IYH and are excited to be joining the force of Shluchim sent by the Rebbe to Silcon Valley.
A special thanks to Rabbi Aaron Meir and Frumie Cunin directors of Chabad of S. Jose who have graciously served the Jewish community and built up Judaism in the city for almost 20 years, for making it possible.
Inspired by the Rebbe’s mission and vision, they are excited to have merited to become the Rebbe’s Shlucim. With Hashem’s help, they hope to turn it into a rich Torah oasis, preparing it for the imminent arrival of Moshiach Tzidkeinu.
But to make this a reality they need partners. Silicon Valley is not only known for its Jews, it is also known for its soaring real estate.
The Crown Heights community, Shluchim worldwide, and all Lubavitchers are known to be there and support the Rebbe’s Shluchim.
The Weinfeld’s are running now a Charidy Campaign to fundraise $36,000 to kick off their Shlichus.
Knowing that you share in their passion and vision, they are turning to you for financial support. They are willing to work hard and give it their all, but cannot do it without you.
Please donate generously at www.Charidy.com/Shlichus