Mifal Torah Vodaath extends a cordial invitation to its
friends, patrons and supporters to attend the yearly
melave malke, which will be held iy"H this
motzoei Shabbos Parshas Vayakheil (March 4th), in the
Bais Yaakov of Brooklyn (16th St. and 49th Street).
Founded in 1968 by the Torah pioneer and builder R' Binyomin
Wilhelm, z"l, after he moved to Israel, Mifal played a
major role in turning the tide that was destroying the future
of Sephardic youth. R' Wilhelm played a major role in
founding the Mesifta Torah Vodaath in Brooklyn before moving
to Eretz Yisroel.
There are today, boruch Hashem, literally thousands of
observant families in Israel thanks to Mifal Torah
The 48 after-school daily study groups, spread throughout the
inner city communities of Jerusalem and Tiberias, bring Torah
and mitzvos to 1,600 boys and girls.
Mifal is a non-partisan organization and the melave
malke is a major source of income. Great effort has been
invested to provide an interesting and inspiring program.
HaRav Yisroel Belsky, rosh yeshiva in Mesifta Torah
Vodaath will talk on the future goals of Mifal Torah