Friday, February 26, 2016

March: Music, enjoyment and a season for doing meaningful good

Yitzhak Meir [Image Source]
IMPORTANT UPDATE (March 9, 2016): Every last seat in the theatre has been sold for the upcoming Rainbow of Music concert on March 30, 2016 in Jerusalem. Let us know if you would like to be on the waiting list by emailing
From today's edition of the Jerusalem Post:
THE MALKI Foundation is selling Purim cards and tickets for the Fifth Annual Rainbow of Music Concert, which will take place on March 30 at the Rebecca Crown Auditorium of the Jerusalem Theater. The event, which includes hassidic, cantorial, pop, Broadway and operatic songs featuring Chaim Adler, Shlomo Gronich, Yitzhak Meir and Colin Schachat, is also celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Ramatayim Men’s Choir, directed by Richard Shavei Tzion, with musical accompaniment by the David Ichelwitz band, Raymond Goldstein and Aviva Stanislawski.
The Malki Foundation was established in memory of teenager Malki Roth who lost her life in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem. The Malki Foundation empowers families to provide home care for children with disabilities. Malki cared for her severely disabled younger sister, and her parents, aware of Malki’s devotion to her sister, decided that the most fitting memorial would be a means of helping other families with children with disabilities to look after them at home.
(Hat-tip to Greer Fay Cashman and to her Jerusalem Post Grapevine column.)

To order your Malki Foundation Purim cards (quick - we're running out of time), click "Purim's getting closer - we can help" and order on-line today. (The three Purim days start March 23, 2016.)

And to ensure your seats at this year's Rainbow of Music event at the Jerusalem Theatre (March 30, 2016), click "Musical moments to remember" where you can find clickable links to make it happen. And some delightful video clips from the past years' sell-out Rainbow concerts.

Please get behind these Malki Foundation activities. We can do a great deal of good with the funds they help us raise.

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