This may be hard to do, but can you imagine what it would be like if your was life turned upside-down by a severe problem that you feel powerless to change? To make matters worse, you’re too embarrassed to tell anyone about it. Not a doctor, not a Rabbi. Not even your spouse. Nobody.
This is the sad reality for tens of thousands of Jews who suffer from addiction to inappropriate material on the internet, while otherwise leading very kosher lives.
With over 35,000 members, GuardYourEyes is the only organization in the Jewish world treating this problem. Thousands have gotten their life back, and thousands of marriages have been saved. We use tools and treatment methods that are scientifically proven to achieve success (48% of our members surveyed report they are clean today).
Our mission is to help every single Jew who is suffering, and help them get back on track. But we can’t do it without your help! We need to raise $275,000 by Yom Kippur to enable us to continue our work for the coming year!
Partner in the Teshuva and RENEWAL of thousands and get a HUGE merit for Yom Kippur:
Many gedolim have said the zechus of helping others with this struggle can provide spiritual protection for our own families and children, and can also be an effective tikkun for our past lapses and slips. Watch special message from gedolim
“I can’t think of a bigger zchus harabim that a person can buy for themselves. Whoever is going to lend a hand to GuardYourEyes will be zocheh to tremendous brachos from shamayim.” —Rabbi Elya Brudny
“This will be the hatzalah for Klal Yisrael.” —Rabbi Hershel Schachter
“Whatever you can help GuardYourEyes would be a chizuk for Klal Yisrael.” —Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky
“We can be mekadesh Am Yisrael, and we can do it by supporting GuardYourEyes.”—Rabbi Aharon Feldman
“The greatest chesed a person can do is to help GuardYourEyes, to help combat the yetzer hara and to help so many yidden in their ruchniyus.” —Rabbi Yeruchem Olshin
“I don’t know that there’s ever been a more serious problem to Klal Yisrael’s kedushah, and the only weapon we have against it is GuardYourEyes.” —Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski