About Chai Lifeline
Chai Lifeline, the leading international children’s health support organization, provides emotional, social and financial assistance to seriously ill children and their families. Its wide network of services includes more than two-dozen, free year-round programs that provide professional case management, insurance support services, emotional support, social and recreational programs for the entire family and a variety of family retreat programs. Chai Lifeline also operates two acclaimed camping programs on the Jack and Moishe Horn Campus in Glen Spey, New York. Camp Simcha, named in memory of Dr. Samuel Abraham, and Camp Simcha Special, named in memory of Zvi Dovid Obstfeld, offer extraordinary overnight camp experiences to children with life-threatening or lifelong illnesses. The campus is also the home of the Stella K. Abraham Family Center. Chai Family Centers, community-based counseling centers, Chai House, a “home away from home” for families of children undergoing treatment at major medical centers, and an association of regional offices and international affiliates bring Chai Lifeline to families around the corner and across the globe.
About Kids 4 Chai
Kids 4 Chai is a program where you can raise money for Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special. The amount you raise is based on the amount you study or bowl for Kids 4 Chai. You raise money by recruiting sponsors who pledge a certain amount of money for each perek, topic, parsha, chapter or point you study/bowl. For example, if a sponsor pledges $1.00 for each perek, topic, parsha, chapter or point you study/bowl, and you study/bowl 20 the sponsor will make a $20.00 donation to Chai Lifeline/Camp Simcha, then you collect the money send it in to Kids 4 Chai.
A sponsor is an individual who agrees to donate a certain amount of money for every perek, topic, parsha, chapter or point you study/bowl. You can ask your relatives, friends and neighbors to be your sponsors.