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Plunge4Mosh raises $65,000

On March 4, a crowd gathered at the Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem Synagogue   in Cote Saint-Luc and at Woodbine Beach on Lake Ontario to watch 36 brave volunteers plunge into freezing cold water at the second annual Plunge4Mosh event to raise money for the Camp Moshava Ennismore.

Taking the plunge.

This event raised $65,000.  Over $170,000 is given every summer to the following projects- The Moshava Scholarship Fund, that enables every deserving child a chance to experience a wonderful summer camp experience regardless of financial means, To the Moshava partnership with YACHAD, to enable special needs staff to work at Moshava, and to the One Family Fund, to bring children that are victims of terror in Israel.

Councillor Tordjman (in the Superman suit) with some of the other participants.

Among the participants was Councillor David Tordjman. "It was warm  getting in, but cold getting out," he said.

For more information www.campmoshava.org


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