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Guard Your Eyes

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Time Remaining

Our Goal: $100,000

TOTAL RAISED

$71,808

 

What are the Gedolim and community leaders saying about GuardYourEyes?

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"Whatever you can help this organization would be a chizuk for Klal Yisrael."
Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky
Rosh Yeshiva
Talmudical Yeshiva, Philadelphia
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"We can be mekadesh Am Yisrael, and we can do it by supporting this organization."
Rabbi Aharon Feldman
Rosh Yeshiva
Ner Israel, Baltimore
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"The greatest chesed a person can do is to help this organization GuardYourEyes, to help combat the yetzer hara and to help so many yidden in their ruchniyus."
Rabbi Yeruchem Olshin
Rosh Yeshiva - BMG, Lakewood
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"I can't think of a bigger zchus harabim that a person can buy for themselves. Whoever is gonna lend a hand to this endeavor will be zoche to tremendous brachos from shamayim."
Rabbi Elya Brudny
Rosh Yeshiva - Mir, Brooklyn
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"In order to get to the next level they need a lot of financial support...This will be the hatzalah for Klal Yisrael."
Rabbi Hershel Schachter
Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva University
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"This is the last frontier before Moshiach. By supporting Guard Your Eyes you'll be able to take the schar of the entire dor."
Rabbi Yosef Elefant
Magid Shiur - Mir, Jerusalem
"I don't know that there's ever been a more serious problem to Klal Yisrael's kedushah, and the only weapon we have against it is Guard Your Eyes."
Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski
Founder of Gateway Rehab Center
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"I can't endorse this program strongly enough. I strongly endorse supporting Guard Your Eyes in this all important work. I think we all should do our best to partner in supporting this wonderful organization."
Dr. David Pelcovitz
Professor of Education & Psychology, YU
"I urge you, please help them do their vital and holy work. It'll be a tremendous asset for the Jewish nation, and it will be a tremendous zechus for yourself."
Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier
Director of TheShmuz.com
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"These are the living dead of our generation. We're mamash talking about hatzalas nefashos. I urge you to do whatever you can to help."
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger
Rav of Cong. Aish Kodesh, Five Towns
"I believe that one of the most important hatzalas nefashos that is available today is backing an organization like Guard Your Eyes."
Rabbi Yechezkel Kauftheil
Community Askan & Philanthropist
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"This is hatzalat nefashot. This is better than hatzalat nefashot, here we’re not saving physical lives, we are saving souls, SOS!"
Rabbi Eli Mansour
Rav of Congregation Bet Yaakob, Brooklyn
"I think what these people are doing is not only incredible, I think it's messianic. Anybody who can help this organization grow has a hand in bringing the Moshiach himself."
Rabbi Mendel Kessin
Psychologist & Lecturer
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"This is a tremendous chessed to Klal Yisrael."
Rabbi Yisroel Reisman
Rosh Yeshiva
Torah Vadaas, Brooklyn
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"What could be more important in our time, in our tekufah!"
Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zwiebel
Executive Vice-President of Agudath Israel of America
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"Guard Your Eyes is one of the most terrific organizations that we have today. They've helped thousands and thousands and thousands of people. If you're able to support it in any way, I thoroughly encourage you to do it."
Dr. David Leiberman
Psychologist & Speaker
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"This is the only organization that is putting so much effort into helping Klal Yisrael in this very, very crucial role."
Rabbi Gavriel Friedman
Aish HaTorah
"Guard Your Eyes is the place to go to. They're the right place. They know what they're doing."
Rabbi Zecharya Wallerstein
Director of Ohr Naava Women's Institute
"It's very important to support Guard Your Eyes in this very important mitzvah. Guard Your Eyes is the only solution to this problem."
Rabbi Mordechai Willig
Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva University
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