Hi, my name is Rabbi Yissachar Dov Katz. Founder of “Yad Lemeyuchad”.

I have a child suffering from autism. After experiencing first hand the difficulties one goes through while caring for such a child, I have decided to take action and I founded an organization to help families with these children.

I called the organization “Yad Lemeyuchad” which is a devision of the organization “Chaim Lemarpe”.
Our organization provides a “warm home” for these special children suffering from severe disabilities such as autism and paralysis.

Our mission is to help these children while offering a relief to the overwhelmed parents, by providing various therapeutic services, trips, and activities, especially when its most needed like on Shabbos and Yom Tov, and even on a daily basis after school hours.

Now with the CoronaVirus and limited schooling, we are experiencing extreme difficulties as we need to stretch our limits to provide more than ever before.

We are now acquiring a brand new activity center, and are in desperate need of funds to be able to continue our mission.

Please donate generously, and in that Zechus you will merit the personal ברכה from מרן הגר״ח קנייבסקי שליט״א: “May all the supporters of this cause, never suffer such hardships in their homes, and may they merit heath, wealth, happiness, and Nachas from all of their children”.

Take the opportunity of sponsoring a room in the activity center in memory of a family member for $10,000.
Or sponsor a child for a month for $1,000.

With much appreciation for your generous contribution!
Rabbi Yissachar Dov Katz

Check you can make out to: Tomchei Tzedaka corp.

Mail: P.o Box 1003, Lakewood NJ 08701


For Zelle: [email protected]


Checks can be made out to: World of Tzedaka.

Mail: P.o Box 1003, Lakewood NJ 08701
Please specify FOR YAD LAMEYUCHAD #10198/39

For Zelle / PayPal: [email protected]
Please specify FOR YAD LAMEYUCHAD #10198/39

For campaign: YAD LAMEYUCHAD #10198/39

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‘World Of Tzedaka’, previously ’Tomchei Tzedaka Corp’, changed its name as per the guidance of Lakewood’s Posek, Rabbi Yaakov Forchheimer shlit”a, to avoid confusion with similarly-named organizations.