Hachnosas Kallah Fund of Queens
Founded in 1985, The Erna Lindenfeld Hachnosas Kallah Fund of Queens is now in its thirty-eighth year. We are a volunteer-only organization based in Queens, NY, and every dollar contributed is used to help thousands of financially deprived couples in Queens and Eretz Yisroel as they build new homes in Klal Yisroel.
The continued support of our donors from within our community and beyond, enables our organization to respond generously to the growing number of verified requests we receive each month and help support these couples during what should be the most joyous of times.
Please join us in this worthy endeavor. Through your thoughtful and generous contribution, you become our partner in this tremendous mitzvah.
Recognize the Special Women in Your Life!
Suggested General Donation: $18
Zelle payments are greatly appreciated to avoid paypal and credit card fees.
Mail checks to: 137-37 71st Avenue, Flushing, NY 11367
For all donation types, please note the following:
Amount for each raffle
No Purchase Necessary - Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
917-943-9663 or 917-374-2578
From Our Recipients
"Mazel Tov - an engagement! What a simcha! But financial difficulties changed these moments of joy to a time of stress, discomfort and worry. However, your financial help alleviated this burden. Simcha can once again reign supreme. Accordingly, expressions of gratitude are unequal to the task of thanking you."
"I was surprised and delighted to receive from you your gift given anonymously in such a special way ...from your assistance one can see that you truly would like to 'share in the burden of his friend', from the warmth of your hears."
"No words can describe our feelings of hakaras hatov for you and your wonderful organization ... it is only because of people like you that we can keep smiling through simcha."
"Your kindness, financial and moral suport is a great chizuk to the family and has enabled ------- and ------- to start on their life goal of building a true bayis neeman b'Yisroel."