Kvitel (in Yiddish) or Pitka (in Hebrew), meaning a small note with request.
We take your Prayers and Kvitel very seriously. Tzidkat Rashbi will print your “Prayer-Kvitel” and arrange for our Rabbis to recite the traditional Me S’heberach for the welfare of our donors and place the Kvitel in the special Prayer Box on the Tzion (tombstone) - a great merit. You will receive an email message with a copy of your prayers.
It is always free to submit names for Prayer.
However, there is great merit and Jewish tradition in making a contribution and helping feed thousands of hungry children and families in Tzfat and Meron.
Your contribution will give additional merit for the Almighty to answer your prayers.
We are here to help you, please be there to help us!