On Tuesday, November 7, the Netiv Aryeh yeshiva invites the global Jewish community to “live the legacy” for one day, in support of yeshiva education in Jerusalem – with a goal of $1,000,000. The one day campaign celebrates this exceptional yeshiva’s enduring commitment to dynamic Jewish learning and living that extends far beyond the walls of the classroom.

In the past 50 years, more than 3,500 alumni and students have come to think of Yeshiva Netiv Aryeh as their home and family, infinitely intact, no matter their years, distances, or life choices.

“We’re not just a yeshiva that you come and learn at for a year. We are connected for life,” said Rabbi Yitzchak Korn, one of long-time rabbis at the Yeshiva. “Whether through siblings, friends or children, each of us has been forever touched by Netiv Aryeh.”

“YNA not only inspired me a sense of passion, purpose and commitment to Judaism,” said alum Gabriel Silverman, “but equipped me with the tools to be able to harness that power to better both myself and those around me, both in yeshiva and beyond.”

To support and join Netiv Aryeh’s living legacy, please visit the Charidy site, to help reach the ambitious—and so very needed—goal of $1 million in one day (Nov. 7). Every donation counts.

Volunteer for our Living the Legacy Campaign will be take place on November 7-8/18-19 of Cheshvan and run for 24 hours, with operations rooms running simultaneously in New York and in Israel.

  • Operations Room In New York: At the West Side Jewish Center, 347 W. 34th Street NY, 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM EST with Rav and Rabbanit Bina, and Uri Kari. The campaign runs until 11:00 AM on Nov. 8.
  • Operations Room In Israel: At the Yeshiva 6:00 PM Nov. 7 – 6:00 PM Nov. 8 IST with all of your Rebbeim.
We ask that you join us in our operations room during the campaign for any amount of time you are able.