The Haggadah begins with the following statement. “This is the bread of affliction our forefathers ate in Egypt. Whoever is hungry or needy let them come join us. This sense of social responsibility is a core value in our community. The Klausenberger Rabbi, a Holocaust survivor who lost eleven children and a wife during the Shoa thoroughly understood this message. He not only reestablished a community of followers but he set up the Lev Lalev Orphans Home, the Laniado Hospital, and a old age home for Holocaust survivors. His accomplishments has been amazing and we stand together in ensuring that his legacy will live on.