When tragedy strikes
and a loved one is lost, life turns upside down.
Chesed Shel Emes (CSE) serves as a shoulder to lean on in times of darkness and loss. We offer step by step guidance to grieving families with empathy and compassion, arranging expeditious Jewish burials, and even picking up the tab when there’s no one to cover the cost.
When there’s law enforcement involved, CSE will serve as the liaison between the mourning families and the agencies involved. CSE will ensure that all Halachic traditions are followed and that every deceased person is treated with the utmost dignity and respect.
‘Emergency Services and Recovery’ vehicle unveiled to serve Spring Valley community
Local officials and law enforcement agencies joined Chesed Shel Emes, or "CSE,” to unveil a new "Emergency Services and Recovery" vehicle Thursday in Spring Valley. The nonprofit, all-volunteer organization said it will use the truck to ensure Jewish laws, customs and traditions are followed after a sudden, tragic death.READ MORE
TRAGEDY IN ELIZABETH: Elderly Man Struck And R”L Killed By Vehicle
An elderly man was R”L struck and killed by a vehicle on Magie Avenue on Taanis Esther. Union County Hatzolah was on the scene, and found the victim pinned under a vehicle. They did everything they could to save his life. Unfortunately, the victim was Niftar. Chesed Shel Emes inREAD MORE
SHABBOS TRAGEDY IN BROOKLYN
Tragedy befell the Manhattan Beach Jewish community on Shabbos afternoon, when the 99-year-old gabbai of the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center was R”L struck and killed by a vehicle as he crossed the street. Mr. Jack Mikulincer Z”L was heading to shul for mincha in a wheelchair and was being accompaniedREAD MORE