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Maintenance year 2021

Jun 07 2021

HFPJC is proud to launch the new maintenance season of year 2021. The first round of inspections in 190 cemeteries enrolled in the Maintenance Division has been completed and reports are being sent out to the sponsoring descendants showing the cemetery's condition after the periodic cutting.

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Status Report 2021

Jan 10 2021

We're pleased to release our 2021 Status Report, which includes 780 cemeteries where HFPJC has been/is involved throughout the years. Each cemetery has a specific code showing the current status of that particular cemetery. In addition, there's a complete list of the 342 cemeteries that have been restored, including the ohels if applicable.

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Projects/Rachov ohel

Oct 22 2020

HFPJC is proud to launch the renovation of the Rachov Ohel, its 11th project this season, despite the challenges and obstacles faced by Covid-19. Our workers operated safely and efficiently to advance the various cemetery projects while ensuring that their health isn't compromised. Thus, we have merited to execute renovation and preservation in eleven cemeteries so far, with more slated to start soon.

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Announcement

Mar 31 2020

As we navigate the difficult times of this pandemic, Avoyseinu extends heartfelt wishes that you and your family remain healthy and safe. At Avoyseinu, we are continuing to proceed with construction in our projects in a limited manner, but preparations for projects in queue are advancing full speed. If you have any questions regarding your ancestral cemetery, please feel free to email us at: hfpjc@thejnet.com

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Maintenance/Summer of 2020

Mar 02 2020

The maintenance season of year 2020 was officially launched! Descendants are starting to enroll their ancestral cemeteries in the effective HFPJC maintenance program to keep the grounds and matzevos in beautiful condition. The important inspections that follow each periodic cutting allows Avoyseinu and the descendants to get real-time updates on the cemetery's condition and performance of the caretaker.

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Projects/Kasho

Feb 10 2020

The historical cemetery in Kasho, Slovakia, resting site of a host of venerated rabbis and scholars, underwent a series of important renovations, generously sponsored by descendants and followers. A substantial part of the wall was rebuilt, a lot for parking and a pathway was paved, and the ohels of the rabbis have begun a thorough renovation.

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Projects/Sena

Feb 05 2020

HISTORIC DISCOVERY! Descendants rejoice at the amazing discovery of their ancestral gravestone! After many years of negotiations, HFPJC was finally able to annex part of the cemetery that was excluded from today's registry. When the newly annexed plot was fenced and cleaned, many gravestones and gravestone stubs were found, among them the long-sought fragmented matzeva of Rabbi Shimon Lieberman zt"l, the Sena'r Rav!

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Bulletin #500

Jan 20 2020

HFPJC celebrated 20 years since its founding, and the 500th weekly bulletin. As the organization gears for the new season in which 50 cemeteries are slated for restoration, we pause to reflect on the monumental achievements reached thus far.

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Status report

Jan 15 2020

The newly updated Status Report 2020 has been released! The report includes the status of 750 cemeteries, marked according to a code-definition sheet, and a separate list of the 330 restored cemeteries.

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Projects/Szaniszlo

Jan 06 2020

The large cemetery in Szaniszlo, Romania, was successfully enclosed with a durable, concrete wall in a recent restoration undertaking. Descendants rejoice at this achievement in their quest to honor and commemorate their ancestral cemetery.

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Contact Us

The HFPJC team is prepared to service all your cemetery-related needs.

Jacob Gutman
CEO
Calman Lieberman
President
Chaim Ferencz
Vice President
Shia Fisch
Family Liaison
Jacob Hiller
Family Liaison
Moshe Landau
CFO
Yoel Berkowitz
Maintenance Director
Mrs. R. Gelbman
Assistant Director
Mrs. F. Ellenbogen
Project Coordinator
Mrs. Y. Ungar
Foreign Correspondent