New LVN Branches: Brazil, Dallas, Gibraltar, Cherry Hill!

Lechu V’Nelcha is continuing its unprecedented expansion around the globe! The location may differ but the system is always the same. Each location sets up a consistent schedule with a shiur given the same day each week.

September 2017, 4 new LVN branches have opened up in small out-of-town communities joining the multiple branches across the world.

Brazil-LVN Branch launched in September 2017 for approximately three girls by Henny Furmanovich.

Gibraltar– LVN Branch launched in October 2017 by Rutti Ruddich.

Dallas– LVN Branch launched in November 2017 for three girls by Zahava Goldberg.

Cherry Hill– LVN Branch launched in December 2017 for two girls by Devorah Klahr and Rena Esptein.

It is so heart-warming to see how girls from all over the world, in any size community, want to constantly stay connected and invest in their avodas Hashem. You are an inspiration to us all!

The attendees heard a personal message from Harav Mattisyahu Salomon, shlita, Mashgiach of Bais Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, who described the vital necessity of the organization. “Lechu V’Nelcha is a wonderful project…upon which the future success of every Bais Yaakov depends…. It’s important. It’s vital. Without which I don’t think any girl can survive. And without which a family of bnei Torah will not be able to develop the way that the Bais Yaakov really wants them to develop.”

To give the girls a taste of what LVN is all about, they viewed a slideshow of LVN shiurim, activities and Shabbatons around the world.  To see girls just like themselves, on different continents, speaking different languages, in different locales, but all hearing the same message of aliyah and growth, truly resonated. It drove home the feeling that the LVN ideal is universal; the thirst for Torah knowledge and wisdom is relevant to every post-seminary girl, no matter where on the map she may find herself.

May the Eibershter repay everyone for all their efforts and kindness with an abundance of brachah and hatzlachah.