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NOW IS THE MOMENT FOR MEKOR HATORAH!

[COMMUNICATED] Starting right now, we’re raising $500,000 in 25 hours for Yeshiva Mekor Hatorah, a unique yeshiva where every boy can reach individual success.Every moment at Mekor Hatorah is another opportunity to create, to discover, to achieve success and now, at this moment, your support can inspire the continued success of every talmid. For just 25 hours, every dollar you give will be matched 3X, giving your donation triple power!

Take a moment to experience the enthusiasm inherent in every moment at Mekor Hatorah. Led by the Roshei Yeshiva, Rabbi Mendel Silberberg and Rabbi Dovid Eisenberger, this unique yeshiva provides every component necessary for individual growth and success, all backed by extraordinary sensitivity and love.

Let’s Come Together Today & Donate Now to Yeshiva Mekor Hatorah’s 25 Hour Campaign – Every Moment A Success.

Together, we can support this yeshiva’s monumental mission – individual success for every talmid.

Rabbi Mendel Silberberg, Rosh Yeshiva
Rabbi Dovid Eisenberger, Rosh Yeshiva
R’ Yechiel Schron, President
R’ Moshe Furer, Campaign Chairman

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There are 2 Comments to "NOW IS THE MOMENT FOR MEKOR HATORAH!"

  • oy vey! says:

    Great video
    Great yeshiva
    Great place
    Missing form the video is the incredibly loving, talented, dedicated, devoted and awesome English Principal. A super human superstar who changes lives.

  • It was only 5 min? says:

    I agree, Rabbi Gutman was one of my favorite people there