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| Making a Yahrzeit minyan

yahrzeit.gmach_gmail.com    
Wednesday, 15 August 11:08 PM
Do you need help making a minyan to say KADDISH for a loved one? 
Do you have Yahrzeit coming up - but not enough men to make a minyan at the cemetery?
 
Register the date of your loved one\\\\\\\'s Yahrzeit, and we\\\\\\\'ll try our best to match you up with someone else who will be observing the same date at the same Beis Olam.  (Right now we are working only with Har Hamenuchot in Yerushalayim, and Eretz HaChaim outside Beit Shemesh)  
 
THERE IS NO FEE FOR THIS SERVICE.
 
Privately, you arrange the time to visit the cemetery. Everyone goes to one kever, and then to the other kever. 

If you would like to take part in this chessed, please send the following information to: yahrzeit.gmach@gmail.com : 
    1. Jewish date of the Yahrzeit (example: 23 Cheshvan) _____________
    2. *Alternate date to visit - if applicable __________________________
    3.  Har HaMenuchot or Eretz HaChaim Cemetery__________________ 
    4  Your name (as the contact person), e-mail address, and phone number(s) to be given to the other family, so you could coordinate the time of the visit.  By giving us this information, you are agreeing to allow the Yahrzeit G\\\\\\\'mach to use your e-mail and/or phone number to carry out the goals of the g\\\\\\\'mach. 
name:_____________________________________
e-mail address:_____________________________
phone numbers:_____________________________
 

*If the Jewish date of the Yahrzeit falls out on a day where it is customary NOT to visit the cemetery, please ALSO add the Jewish date(s) that you COULD plan to go to the cemetery instead. 

If you have any questions, please e-mail me at yahrzeit.gmach@gmail.com 
Thank you and Tizku L\\\\\\\'Mitzvot! 
- - Iva Kastner, coordinator
        



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