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Rabbi Pinchas Goldshmidt

To all members of the Moscow Jewish community, heads of the Charitable Funds and all people of good will. The Yad Yitzchok fund provides support in financially critical situations to the newly arrived Russian speaking immigrants. They help widows and widowers, families with multiple kids, disabled, elderly, broken families as well as newlywed couples in building their homes. Every Jew is required to help another. Kindness is one of the three pillars upholding the world. By helping others we imitate the One Above, who created the world in order to share from His goodness. May the Almighty send health, family well-being, and success in all undertakings to those who help Yad Yitzchok. Pinchas Goldshmidt Chief Rabbi, Moscow
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 Rabbi Dovid Yushuvaev

I wish to express my greatest support to the charitable fund Yad Yitzchok.  Large families, widows, disabled and orphaned have benefited in many ways through the work of the fund.  Our tradition notes that a “good person” is not the one who simply doesn’t do evil. Each of us has the responsibility to actively “do good” and not bypass those in distress. This is exactly the work that is being done by Yad Yitzchok, constantly expanding the areas of their involvement. May all those involved in this holy pursuit be blessed and supported by the One Above. Rosh Kollel Torah M’Tzion (Moscow),  Rabbi Dovid Yushuvaev
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Rabbi Bentzion Zilber

September 2013 Erev Rosh Hashana 5774 Dear Brothers, in Israel there are many Jews from the former Soviet Union who are in dismal situation – having no money to buy even food. To help them is a big mitzvah, as is well known that helping others is a character trait of the Jews.  Yad Yitzchok is an organization that is fulfilling this important mission – helping the immigrants from the former Soviet Union. They are doing a wonderful job and it’s a great zechus to help them in their work. Surely, the Almighty will help those who helps others with whatever needs they have – health, family unity, good children and success in all undertakings. Bentzion Zilber
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