Shas for Shidduchim 2019 is Here!

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Mazal tov – let the celebrations begin! It’s time for wedding talk: venues, dresses, music, and more. For some, it began in a hotel lobby. For others, it began at the Veitzener Cheder.

That’s right – Shas for Shidduchim is back!

Following last year’s tremendous success, Chicago Chesed Fund is once again matching up lomdim and sponsors in the zechus of Klal Yisroel’s shidduchim.

On, Tu B’Shvat – Beginning Sunday evening, January 20th through Monday, January 21st – hundreds of lomdim will flock the Veitzener Cheder Yeshiva Ohr Boruch building and embark on a 24-hour quest to complete Shas.

But for those who live far, or are otherwise unavailable to partake, Shas for Shidduchim is offering the opportunity to sponsor a daf or mesechta in the merit of finding a shidduch for themselves, friends, or family members.

All proceeds are donated exclusively to the Chicago Chesed Fund for the mitzvah of hachnosas kallah.

You can be a part of it, too!

Visit to sign up.  

Chicago Chesed Fund is a non-profit organization committed to helping families in crisis throughout the Chicagoland area. Through various programming and events, it provides critical assistance in the form of goods, services and financial support in an environment that maintains the dignity and integrity of each and every recipient.


  1. This is what happens when you cut off the masses from “Goyish” entertainment. They start making Judaism into a game instead. Tzedaka is not a game (matching fund) and learning is not a game (24 hour Shasathon)
    Enjoy though… Everyone deserves to have some fun.

  2. So I guess Mr. Hello would rather people participate in Goyish entertainment than be osek in Torah and gemilus chasadim. Did you ever learn mishnayos for a nifter? Is that also a gimmick? If people want to dedicate themselves to a united Torah goal, that is a wonderful thing. FWIW, I participated in last year’s event. It was an absolutely amazing display of achdus lichvod Hatorah. And as a bonus, we were zocheh to marry off 2 daughters during the months since. I have no idea if that zechus was the cause or not. But that it was a huge Kiddush Hashem that brought a shefa bracha is undeniable.

  3. OK l take back my comment. It is a nice thing. My comment was more of a sociological observation said too strongly. It doesn’t negate the positive factors of such a gathering. There is one more thing here too, that is, is this making not being married into a panic situation. Either way you are right..


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