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Jewish Humor Foundation's (JHF) First Fundraiser
JHF is the charity organization that supports the Kibbitzer Magazine.
Jokes For Dollars
David Kilimnick has an hour to tell as many Borscht Belt Style jokes as he can.
You can sponsor per joke, or pledge a huge sum.
To Sponsor and Pledge: contact email@example.com or call David at 585-738-9233.
DONATE by clicking here
In an effort to support the upkeep and continued growth of the Kibbitzer Magazine, spreading holy word of laughter, bringing joy to our elders, as well as those that are housebound, and to start the next projects of the Jewish Humor Foundation, we are looking to raise 50k.
Your partnership with laughter will help us reach our goals and spread the joys of Jewish laughter. See the www.jewishhumorfoundation.org for our mission statement and some of the projects we support.
It's Adar and it's the month to bring awareness of Jewish laughter. As we give money to the poor to help all celebrate the holidays, let us also bring them laughs.
David has brought many laughs to seniors and nursing home residents over the past year with the Borscht Belt style, and he's looking forward to spreading the awareness of mother-in-law jokes.
The show of jokes is to take place at the end of Adar. All donors and JHF partners will be informed.
Thank you for your love of laughter and Support.
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