We’re not just a Jewish online dating site. You can opt to just join our database and have our shadchanim work to set you up. Or you can take advantage of our mentorship option too, and get so much more than only shidduch suggestions.
Expect to hear back from us within two weeks. If you are a good fit for our program, we’ll talk to you further to get a better feel for you and your needs. If you’re just joining our shidduch database, you’re done! Join us at shadchan meets and events to make the most of your membership in the Rebbetzins program sponsored in part by Kars4Kids.
If you’ve opted in to our mentorship program (and we hope you do!), we’ll match you up with the perfect Rebbetzin and arrange a meeting. This is your opportunity to give your Rebbetzin an accurate picture of who you are and what you are looking for in a spouse. As you get to know each other, you’ll find your Rebbetzin to be a valuable source of advice, guidance and support throughout your shidduch journey.
Our shadchanim, together with your Rebbetzin, will work hard to find an appropriate shidduch for you. Our only goal is your ultimate happiness, so you can be confident we won’t push any inappropriate matches. We’ll continue to be there for you to address your questions and concerns, whether practical or spiritual in nature. And when you find the right one, we’ll be there to celebrate together and help as you start to build your new home on a solid foundation.
"I just wanted to thank you again for putting me in touch with Mrs. S. I can’t tell you what a world of a difference it has made for me already. She has helped me work through so much and gain clarity. She is warm, caring, has a head on her shoulders and knows the shidduch system very well since she is a shadchan herself. I couldn’t have asked for anything better, thank you so much! (I have my first date on Tuesday iyH!) May HKBH bentch you and everyone at Oorah to establish this program so that the many people who can benefit will have where to turn for eitza and support."
"...You have no idea how many singles events I’m closed out of because I’m a balaas teshuvah or how many guys pass on me because of that. It’s really hard when you don’t have parents who can network for you…"