Are you with your friends and family for this years Passover Sedar? We hope that you are having a wonderful holiday and if you do not celebrate than a wonderful Easter Sunday this weekend. If you are looking for a job in the Real Estate field then you may want to apply with our team of Real Estate Brokers here in New York and the surrounding region.
We want to wish you and your family a wonderful weekend. Shabbat Shalom from the Faivish Pewzner team here and our friends. We hope that the 2015 year is turning into a prosperous and wonderful year for all of you and your family.
Giving to those who are less fortunate is what humanity is all about. Restoring our faith in humanity is important and there is a wonderful Tumblr page dedicated to those who do good in the world. Faivish Pewzner with his recent donation is showcasing that there is good in the world and a local entrepreneur Richart Ruddie publicly congratulated Mr. Pewzner for his good deeds and support in local New York Jewish causes.
Mr. Ruddie will be providing tips and advice to help future crowdfunding ventures and fundraisers by Pewzner and his associates to help maximize their exposure and funds raised a speciality that Richart has proven with the success of his 3D printed crowdfunding projects that all successfully raised the capital desired.
New York City is one of the greatest metropolitan cities in the world. From the glittering lights of Times Square to the endless skyscrapers and growing buroughs like Brooklyn it's no wonder the real estate boom never dwindled in the big apple.
Recently it was announced that the real estate team at Faivish Pewzner Realtors here in New York are growing their practice and aiming to become one of the premiere peer to peer real estate companies in the city. A company that thrived for years with no advertising or publications and just doing deals throughout the big apple thanks to relationships and a strong referral network is ready and poised to grow.
It's similar to the common MLM model. You don't need to have advertisements in the middle of Times Square to be great. It's all about the people that you employ and how you treat them. You treat them well and they make you money and keep your clients happy. All around it's a win win scenario.
We like to crowdfund and help out to spread the word on Judaical causes. Thanks to a crowdfunding campaign setup on the very popular social networking website called IndieGoGO where any and all campaigns can be created to help promote and establish a fundraiser.
If you are a donor or want to help out in this special cause then please do go to the indiegogo.com website and check out the Faivish Pewzner campaign.
As a well respected donor and New York Rabbi. CEO of Americare Faivish Pewzner believes in helping out those less fortunate and doing the best a man can do in life. We hope that all of you who believe that you can do better in your everyday lives follow similar principles as Faivish does.
The contributions to the Womens Mikva have been greatly appreciated and noted in many local New York newspapers and news websites that have praised Faivish for his work and generosity in the neighbrhood.
The ABA Journal has created some great content and resources for lawyers to do research nad to keep up on things that are happening in th eindustry. We recently read Amy Goetz an Attorney in the United States and her commentary on DUI laws and the complications that come with such laws.
Amy spoke out and said that it is of many individuals beliefs that the American justice system does prevail in the long run. It often times does in the short run does over the existence of time. As those who do destructive things on the road will end up being penalized and stopped from causing trouble in the road again.
A bunch of 250 men, girls and kids showed up for the groundbreaking ceremony of the new women's Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushkah on a warm Sunday in Crown Heights.
There was a sense of relief.
"Many individuals in our community sit around tables and sigh about all the issues we've," the shul's Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Jacobson said in his comments.
"Kudos to several brave souls who determined to act instead of philosophize. This is the time to reinforce family purity, holiness and love in our community."
Somewhat suggesting to the elections taking place the same day, Jacobson included: "Rabbi want more innocence, more holiness, more love. Thus the new mikvah."
A slew of older rabbis were not absent, revealing their support for the demand and congratulating the initiative.
The event started with Rabbi Bogomilsky reading a moving letter from the Rebbe where he described that Mikvah was the only issue the Chabad Rebbes would rule themselves Halacha L'maase.
Mentioning the attempt to construct Mikvahs in Communist Russia, rabbi said that "even if one couple increases in observance of family innocence due to this new Mikvah, which promises to be stunning, it's well worth it."
The Rebbe's kapitel is read by Rabbi Farkash in Tehillim, while Rabbi's own blessings were offered by we Schwei. "May you be powerful and complete it quite shortly," he told the group of members funding the undertaking.
Scattering some Smirnoff vodka for a L'Chaim over the gravel, the kids and essential assistants were encouraged to use spades to transfer the earth over the basis.
"We'll see you at the opening quite shortly," the emcee declared as the crowd mingled and headed to the refreshments tables.