Lawrence school fundraised for Israeli group ALEH
Five Towns HERALD – May 3, 2012
By HERALD Staff
Sixth-graders at The Brandeis School in Lawrence organized a school wide walkathon that sought to raise money for ALEH, an Israeli-based organization that provides care to severely disabled children in Israel.
One hundred strolled from Putnam Boulevard to Ocean Boulevard in Atlantic Beach on April 29. After Sunday’s walk $3,028 was raised, but the campaign is continuing through the Internet.
Visit www.rootfunding.com/campaign/brandeiswalkathon2012 to make a donation. The website also features letters about the students’ individual fundraising.
Donovan Berthoud/Herald – Students, administrators, parents, family and friends walked on the Atlantic Beach last Sunday boardwalk to raise money for ALEH. An Israeli organization that helps severely disabled children.
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