May 26, 2024
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This past Sunday, MTA held its annual Legacy Day, when grandparents of current talmidim were invited to join their grandsons for davening, a special breakfast, and shiur. Despite the less than ideal weather, the event was well attended and very much appreciated by grandparents who rarely get a glimpse into their grandsons’ yeshiva education.

Grandparents are a vital part of our mesorah and it is important for them to enjoy the fruits of their labor. This is the goal of MTA’s Legacy Day; allowing grandparents to see first-hand how their grandsons are both growing in their Torah learning and strengthening their middos. At MTA, it is the goal that everyone has the opportunity to experience the learning and growth that MTA provides.

Next week MTA will be running its annual Rabbi Hyman Arbesfeld (’49), z”l, Scholarship Campaign culminating in a 36 hour Day of Giving on May 20-21. It is more critical than ever to support MTA’s deeply rooted yeshiva education infused with Torah and madda, the values that Yeshiva University holds so dear. Please join the MTA family and donate to this 1:1 matching campaign through yu.edu/mtascholarshipcampaign2024 or by contacting Sari Kahn, director of Institutional Advancement at the Yeshiva University High Schools at [email protected] to join the yeshiva’s growing list of donors. Every dollar counts!

 

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