A family bereaved.
David Kulchitsky, a beloved husband and father, tragically passed away a few days ago, leaving his wife and seven precious children.
The painful news was greeted with sadness and shock by all the family members, neighbors, and friends who shed countless tears for their beloved father and loyal friend who was suddenly taken at the young age of only forty-eight years, leaving a family of kids behind.
In these difficult moments, we must ask ourselves, “What can we do for David’s family? How can we be there for them as a community?”
We can be their light in this time of darkness.
We can secure their future.
In these moments of pain, there is no greater power than the power of community, and the power of genuine care.
It’s our time to step up to the plate and be there for David’s family.
This is our community. Our Achrayus.
Bais Shmuel Chabad
Bikur Cholim of Crown Heights
For taking your time to draw attention to this bereaved and very humble family. Yes, now is the time to give to secure their future as they must think ahead between rental expenses, bar and bas mitzvas, tuitions and yes even weddings. They are a very humble and simple family so who ever can, its a worthy cause. I am a member of Frankle Shul where Reb Dovid davened. I might add, he was also attentive to his kids and spent time learning with them even after the kiddush. ** Being that there is a Father and Son program that… Read more »