The term "G'Mach" is an acronym for "GeMilas Chesed" referring to any act of kindness which may include sharing, borrowing, lending, or giving away. Chesed, usually translated as "lovingkindness," is a fundamental quality inherent to many of the commandments, and acts of Chesed are obligations the entire Jewish community takes seriously.  Rebbitzen Tamara Zuckerman facilitates a Chesed Committee of people who cook nutritious meals at the Shul and deliver them to Jewish people in our community during a time of need. If you know of someone in need of assistance, or if you are interested in a placement on the Chesed Committee, please email the Rebbitzen at

Mercaz Female in Israel

Mercaz Female saves lives through their intensive, outpatient treatment of Orthodox Jewish girls and women in the Yerushalayim area who are suffering with eating disorders.

Visit their website and please consider helping them. 


Donations are always welcome.  We accept payments by cash, cheque, Mastercard or Visa, and PayPal. 

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