Vaad HaRabbanim’s Messengers Will Pray For YOU TO FIND YOUR SOULMATE At Amukah (90% Of Last Year’s Participants Engaged!!)

Fund ID: 6504

I was the “older sibling in my family.” My younger siblings got married one by one and had children. On seder night last year, a family member bought me a present: participation in the tefillos at Amukah of the Vaad. It was such a meaningful gift, and I davened and cried, asking Hashem to split the sea for me too this year.

After years of unsuccessful dating, I was engaged in a month.”


This is one of the amazing true stories told by a donor to Vaad HaRabbanim’s Amukah campaign. Every year, money is gathered at this fund to help the poor of klal yisroel, and messengers gather by Amukah on the night of Shvi’i Shel Pesach to pray for its donors.

With a donation of at least $36, each name submitted is taken with care and prayed for by Amukah all year long, from the time of the donation UNTIL THE PERSON IS MARRIED. Amukah, the tomb of Yonasan ben Uziel, is known to be a powerful place for those praying to find their soulmate. Shvi’i shel Pesach specifically is known to be a fortuitous time for praying for one’s soulmate as well. This past year 90% of those who participated in the Amukah campaign of Pesach 5782 got engaged.

Every year more people call the Vaad to the story of their engagements. Donate to help needy families, and this year you or the one you love could be the next “yeshua story.”

Donations can also be made to Vaad Harabanim Fund #6504 by phone at 1877-722-2646 or by mailing a check to Vaad Harabanim 221 Regent Drive Lakewood, NJ 08701

GOAL: $50,000

Raised $716
Goal $50,000
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Founded in 1992 under the leadership of Harav Hagaon Shlomo Zalmen Auerbach zt”l and Harav Hagaon Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt”l, Vaad Harabanim L'Inyanei Tzedaka B'Eretz Hakodesh based on the following principles: Firstly, Klal Yisrael needs a reliable address for sending their tzedakah money. They should know that all their donations, down to the last cent, are managed faithfully and strictly according to Halachah. No less important is the second principle, that the needy must have somewhere to turn when a crisis strikes. Over three decades later, Vaad Harabanim continues to function with the guidance of the Gedolei Hador and in accordance with its founding principles.

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