Speaking on Business: Project H.E.A.R.T.
The Project H.E.A.R.T program has literally saved lives at one of our most painful stages of human development.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
Rabbi Benny Zippel was asked to support an outreach endeavor, bringing the Jewish population closer to their faith with increased representation in Utah. He identified a calling to inspire and support teens facing life’s challenges and formed his non-profit Project H.E.A.R.T., which stands for Hebrew Education for At-Risk Teens. Rabbi Zippel believes we all make mistakes, and he also believes in Teshuvah, which in the Jewish religion means “to return” or rectify mistakes.
The Project H.E.A.R.T program has literally saved lives at one of our most painful stages of human development. Rabbi Zippel travels throughout Utah treatment centers to meet with these kids, who are looking for their inherent meaning and purpose. Utah has some of the best treatment centers in the U.S., because our laws allow parents to place kids without their consent.
This non-profit organization is always looking for support, and right now, they’re looking for used cars that can be donated before year end, with funds that are raised supporting at-risk teens through Project H.E.A.R.T. Besides used cars, you can also include stocks, real estate, boats and motorcycles, which provide a tax break, as a tax-deductible donation which helps these teens.
This year Chabad Lubavitch is celebrating their 25th anniversary of being in Utah, with Rabbi Zippel as founder.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
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