Thank you for your support of
YUConnects, housed at the CJF. Your generosity allows us to develop programs
which create comfortable meeting and networking opportunities to foster healthy
relationships towards marriage.
Many utilize this opportunity to
commemorate and honor their loved ones or donate for the merit of others to
find their future match. Kindly fill in the appropriate field below.
Please donate here to
support our Benefit Breakfast at the home of Michelle and Eli Salig in
Lawrence, NY on Sunday morning, May 22nd. Donations of $1,000,
$5,000 and $10,000 or more will be prominently listed in named sponsorship
categories on publicity for this Benefit.
Please email our friendly office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to target your
donation for a specific endeavor or if you have any questions at all. Our
phone number is 212-960-5400 X 6163
The charge on your credit card will appear as "YU
May Hashem bless you and your
family with nachas and bracha!
Become the epitome of support and lay the
foundation in building future Jewish homes and families.
Join our Diamond Circle of supporters – let future couples “sparkle” and shine by your donation. This special group is instrumental in sustaining the YUConnects initiative.
Subsidize a YUConnects
Shabbaton- allowing natural meeting opportunities in a warm atmosphere.
Sponsor a series of exciting
social events for singles.
Fund a conference for
rabbis, educators, and connectors to cultivate relationship building skills
within our communities.
'Meet-the-Connector' night or “Connector
Brainstorming and Training” Event- all wonderful opportunities to expand
matchmaking in a single evening.
Provide a speaker on
contemporary Jewish dating and marriage skills.
Sponsor a week’s worth of matchmaking by a
trained professional connector.
Dedicate a YUConnects newsletter reaching
thousands of interested community members.
Sponsor a day’s worth of matchmaking by a
trained professional “connector.
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