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$4.50 is all it takes to sponsor an hour of Jnet's Chavrusa study. And today, every donation they receive will be tripled by sponsoring donors. Full Story, Video

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wow
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wow

this is amazing
love this idea

Great program!
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Great program!

I have been learning on Jnet for almost 5 years and love every minute of it! This is a great organization to support! Thank you Rabbi Yehuda Dukes!

QUADRUPLED IS MORE LIKE IT!
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QUADRUPLED IS MORE LIKE IT!

MY DONATION + 3 MATCHERS = QUADRUPLED!

DONATE NOW! 🙂

$x4
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$x4

JUST GAVE!
CHAI COHEN KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!

dont understand...
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dont understand...

what is this money going to? are people being paid to learn?

This is copying Charidy
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This is copying Charidy

THis idea is imitating charity.com

charidy.com
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charidy.com

wonderfull idea

#7 is right
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#7 is right

Charidy.com was the brainchild of this concept. I would expect that a seemingly authentic chabad organization would at least give credit where credit is due.

#6-8
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#6-8

Seriously? Matching donors is a concept as old as charity itself, and as of yet no one’s patented the idea. If you’re taking a moment to comment, let’s talk about the incredible work that JNET does. My brother went on Merkos Shlichus several years ago and met a guy in a remote city who was really interested in learning. JNET had just started, my brother set him up with it, and the guy is still learning to this day!! Whereas before the best my brother could have done is leave him a Jewish book and a link to chabad.org. So… Read more »

to #9
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to #9

Is 3 matchers done in 24 hours on a website with a graphic representation of how the money will be quadrupled also as old as charity itself? Please give me a break. JNet almost completely copied Charidy’s website with this campaign, and the fact that they didn’t even give credit to them is unethical. That doesn’t mean they don’t do great work, but stealing this idea from Chabadniks trying to start a business without even giving them credit was wrong wrong wrong.

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