About Tzarkei Naomi Fund

Tzarkei Naomi Fund is the only fund in Atlanta exclusively serving our most vulnerable community members, Widows and Orphans. Care for these individuals is specifically commanded by the Torah, particularly in one’s own community.

Tzarkei Naomi raises funds to help individuals and families who, often tragically find themselves bereft of a husband or father to care for them. Often the tragedy of loss of the family provider is compounded by ongoing or unexpected medical expenses or other strains on those who must live within fixed incomes, adding the stress of financial crisis to already difficult circumstances.

Tzarkei Naomi Fund is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax deductable.

Guest Speaker, Rabbi Moshe Miller – May 11-14, 2017

Tzarkei Naomi Fund, the Atlanta Jewish Fund for Widows and Orphans, is pleased to present Rabbi Moshe Miller.

Educator and author Rabbi Moshe Miller will be speaking on behalf of Tzarkei Naomi Fund in a full weekend of events, drawing from his new book; Rising Moon – Unveiling the Book of Ruth, just in time for the holiday of Shavuos.

Rabbi Miller’s sensitivity to the status of Ruth and Naomi: Ruth as both a widow and Jew by choice, and Naomi as a widow, makes him a terrific match to speak on the plight of Jewish widows and orphans for Tzarkei Naomi Fund.

Rabbi Moshe Miller was ordained at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College in 1974 and embarked on a career of over thirty-five years as a Jewish educator. Along the way he has held the position of principal in schools in Santa Clara, California; Providence, Rhode Island where he earned an MA from the department of philosophy at Brown University in 1991; Atlanta, Georgia; and Miami Beach, Florida. He has also lectured at Michlalah Jerusalem College and was the Rosh Kollel of the Boca Raton Community Kollel. He and his wife, Grizzy, made aliyah in 2010 and live in Jerusalem where he writes and teaches. Rising Moon: Unraveling the Book of Ruth is his first book.

Please click here to view Rabbi Miller’s website.

Rabbi Miller will be speaking at the following complimentary events:

Thursday May 11, 2017 8:00 pm Congregation Beth Jacob , “WIDOWS – WInDOWS to Messiah”

Saturday May 13, 2017, Scholar in Residence at Congregation Ariel
Shabbat Sermon, “Boaz and the Joys of Tolerance”
Womens Class, “The Problem of Chesed”
Mens Class, “The Path to Kabbalat haTorah”

Sunday May 14, 2017 9:00 am Congregation Ner HaMizrach, “WIDOWS – WInDOWS to Messiah”
A light breakfast will be served