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Send Chai Lifeline Purim Cards and Support Children With Serious Illnesses

(Courtesy of Chai Lifeline) Purim is fast approaching! Before you know it, we will be busy getting the kids into their costumes, running to Megillah, preparing for the seuda, and so much more. To help keep the day stress-free and truly full of simcha, consider sending some Chai Lifeline Purim cards in lieu of mishloach manot this year. Purim Cards are a great way to support a tzedakah you care about, while including the recipient in the mitzvah—all in a meaningful and convenient way.

“Purim is a time for joy and celebration, but for families dealing with serious illness, it can be a difficult time,” said Rabbi Simcha Scholar, Chai Lifeline’s Chief Executive Officer. “These cards are an easy way for people to show their support and let these families know that they are not alone.”

The Chai Lifeline Purim cards, which feature a variety of beautiful designs, are a perfect way to show support for children and families who are going through difficult times. Cards can be purchased in sets of ten for $36 each or two or more packages for $30 each.

Chai Lifeline also offers individual cards which can be personalized with a message and mailed out on your behalf, as well as several e-card options.

Chai Lifeline is an international support network, providing social, emotional, and practical assistance to children, families, and communities impacted by medical crises and trauma through a variety of year-round programs and services.

To purchase Chai Lifeline Purim cards, visit www.chailifeline.org/purim  or call 866-99-PURIM.

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