Tehilla's Wedding Morning Spent with Yitzchak at ALEH
What does a bride do on her big day? She focuses on that which is most important to her.
Longtime ALEH volunteer Tehilla Hallel chose to spend the morning of her wedding with ALEH’s amazing kids. She felt that it was specifically important to share the day with Yitzchak, a severely disabled boy with whom she has developed a very strong bond. “If Yitzchak cannot join me at the wedding because of his condition, I will come to him,” said the glowing bride. “It is a dream to be here at ALEH on the day of my wedding surrounded by so many pure souls.”
MAZAL TOV, TEHILLA! Thank you for your dedication to our children and always reminding us what is important in life.
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