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20th Annual Purim Raffle

Our Purim Raffle is a golden opportunity to support Hadar Hatorah and win fabulous prizes. The greater your participation, the greater your support of the young men from all over the world who come here to study Torah full-time.

Each ticket gives you a chance to win one of the sixteen spectacular prizes.

Upon receipt of your form, Hadar Hatorah will generate tickets in your name and enter them in the raffle. Winners will be notified by phone.

All paid phone or on-line orders GET 1 FREE EXTRA TICKET!

Orders of 20 tickets or more will receive free Beautiful Gifts that will enhance your Home! See Gifts

To enter, simply Click Here to fill out the online order form,
or call (718) 735-0250.

The drawing will be held on Wed. March 20th, 2019.

This Year's Raffle Prizes

1
$5,000 CASH
2
MEGILLAS ESTHER with Silver Case
3
$1,500.00 TRAVEL COUPON
Take a break from the pressures of life and use your $1500 Travel Coupon to fly off to a beautiful vacation spot (or cash value).
4
SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! $1500 in gift certificates
$500 gift certificate to Macy's, either in store or online.
5
SHABBOS SILVER
Bring the splendor of silver to your Shabbos table with this magnificent five-piece set.
6
STUNNING DIAMOND PENDANT
This open clover necklace with diamond bezels in 14K white gold with .45ct of white diamonds will look beautiful anywhere!
7
ALL-IN-ONE PERSONAL COMPUTER FROM DELL WITH 23.8" DISPLAY
This state-of-the-art Inspiron One - All-in-One Dell Computer comes with 8GB of RAM and 1 TB hard drive.
8
AMAZING BUGABOO CAMELEON STROLLER
Enjoy light, compact travelling convenience with the stylish Bugaboo Cameleon3 Complete Stroller. Easy to maneuver, lift, fold and store, this limited edition Atelier design will allow you to stroll with your little one with ease head-turning fashion.
9
MEN & WOMEN 88 RUE DU RHONE WATCHES
10
ELEGANT EARRINGS
These elegant Lapis Lazuli earrings framed in 14kt gold are fitting for any occasion!
11
THE WORLD STANDS on 3 things (Torah, Avodah & Gemilos Chasodim) by Michoel Muchnik
The color and depth of the Chassidic lifestyle come to life in every work of acclaimed artist Michoel Muchnik.
12
L'CHAIM by Michel Schwartz
This beautiful limited edition, framed lithograph by the celebrated Jewish artist Michel Schwartz, of blessed memory, will add elegance, beauty and uniqueness to your home's interior. Michel's use of the Hebrew letters as an art is legendary.
13
APPLE iPAD WITH WI-FI + CELLULAR
This 128GB iPad tablet is the best way to experience the web - email, photos, and video with the touch of your finger.
14
CANON POWERSHOT G9X
A splendid 20.2 megapixel digital camera!
15
$500 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO B&H PHOTO
16
CANON CAMCORDER VIXIA HF R82

Free Gifts for your Shabbos Table!

YOUR FREE GIFT
$180 & OVER
Packaged in a gorgeous rosewood box with gold trim, the Tuscany Wine Set is a wonderful collection of wine accessories, including a bottle cuff, bottle stopper and bottle opener.
YOUR FREE GIFT
$500 & OVER
This decorative set of silver-plated serving dishes (on a platter) will be a stunning addition to your Shabbos or Yomtov table.
YOUR FREE GIFT
$1,000 & OVER
Ideal for your Shabbos or Yomtov candelabra, this footed silver-plate tray is striking and beautiful.
$1800 & OVER
RECEIVE ALL THREE GIFTS FOR THE HOME!

Order Tickets

Fill in the form below to order your Raffle tickets online OR call us @ 718-735-0250

All paid phone or on-line orders GET 1 FREE EXTRA TICKET!

Please fill out all fields below!

YES! I wish to purchase:

Gifts:

* Please send me my Tuscany Wine Set.
** Please send me my Silver-plated Dish Set.
*** Please send me my Silver-plated Tray.
**** Please send me ALL three gifts!

NOTICE: Before you submit this form, please click on "I'm not a robot".

Note: All donations are tax deductible.
Thank you!

In Tribute to Schabse Noach Gordon, of blessed memory

Schabse Noach Gordon A"H Now in its 20th year, Hadar Hatorah's annual Purim Raffle owes its humble origins to Schabse Gordon. When we were putting together the first raffle, Schabse stepped forward and, without any fanfare, let us know that he would be happy to donate the Purim megillah, which was then the "grand prize" of two prizes. He was awed by the seriousness and dedication of our yeshiva students, men who came from nonreligious backgrounds, who put aside their secular pursuits temporarily to pursue a full-fledged Jewish education.