I Want To Open Up My Own Virtual Kollel/Recovery Center

According to this 2008 990 filing on guidestar.org, the Westside Kollel CEO Rabbi Marc Lebhar brought home over $110,000 that year.

This makes me question why did I ever bother with —-? Instead, I should’ve opened up a kollel. Oy, I was thinking like a goy.

“The Los Angeles Intercommunity Kollel has three components, a program geared for college students in Los Angeles, a broad initiative that reaches out to unaffiliated Jews in west Los Angeles, and a dynamic beis medrash environment for the baalebatim of the community.”

At LinkLA, you can make a donation to this kollel.

In 2007, Rabbi Marc Lebhar brought in $107,000 from the kollel.

I just did a Google search for “Marc Lebhar” and there was not one result.

According to the 2008 990 filing of Ashreinu aka JAMonCampus, Rabbi Daniel Zaret brought home $92,500 and his wife Barbara Zaret brought home $58,000.

Ashreinu “involves Jewish education primarily to unaffiliated and minorly or marginally affiliated Jewish students on university campuses throughout Southern California.”

Never heard the word “minorly” before.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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