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“As I celebrated my birthday last week I acknowledged the hidden and revealed blessings in my life – beautiful children, good health, a meaningful job, a roof over my head and supportive friendships etc. Included in the latter, of course, was my most recent connection to Sister to Sister.”

Elisheva R. Toronto, Canada

“Your birthday poem that accompanied the beautiful gift touched me deeply and gave me some much needed chizuk. It wasn’t a coincidence that the parshah that very week highlighted the importance of using positive words to build one another and to create unity. The Sister to Sister organization is built and continues to function on this very ideal. Thank you for enabling me to enter Shabbos with enhanced positive feelings and for renewed hopes for the future.”

Hadassah N. Cleveland, OH