Maran HaRav Chaim Kanievsky shlit"a:" Tzaddikim are greater after their deaths than they were during their lifetime. Certainly Maran ztvk"l [Maran Rosh HaYeshivan HaGaon HaRav Steinman] in heaven will plead and strive to filfill his blessing to donors to the Yesomei Shvat Fund - that they should be blessed with children, life and sufficient income - to an even greater degreee than he was able to during his lifetime and I will add my blessing to his".
Maran HaGaon R' Shimon Galai shlit"a: "WHOEVER GIVES 260 SHEKELS ($75) TO KUPAT HA'IR FOR 26 ORPHANS WHO STAND TO GET MARRIED IN THE MONTH OF TEVET AND WHO NEED SUBSTANTIAL ASSISTANCE- WITH HASHEM'S HELP SHOULD MERIT–MEASURE FOR MEASURE- TO RAISE AND TO MARRY OFF ALL THEIR CHILDREN IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS."
Rachel Leah Saada was sick for two years. During the last few months of her life she was extremely unwell but she still had hope and faith that she would heal, her only worry was for the welfare of her children
Unesaneh Tokef gives voice to the reality of our every wakened moment, “Who will live and who will die.” My nephew Naftali Yehoshua is struggling for life against Burkitt lymphoma cancer. Your financial assistance can save his family from the abyss of calamity. Please share this important mitzvah with your family and friends.
This is where we come in. We are starting a campaign for the orphans, to assist them with the necessities of life as they grow.
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan 5778 "Whoever contributes three hundred shekels ($85)to help the thirty poor orphans getting married in the month of Cheshvan - will merit, with Hashem's help, to make a simchah in his own home very soon. Chaim Kanievsky
I’m Racheli. I’m 20 years old, and I’ve already lost both of my parents. My dad passed away suddenly two years ago. Then last year, we last my mom, after watching her suffer and struggle with cancer