Jewish Philanthropy with a Twist: Find This Man a Bride

Attention Jewish Mothers!


If Jewish philanthropy means doing good on behalf of the Jewish people, well have I got a proposition for you– or rather Josh does. Find Josh a bride and win $1,000. It’s as simple as that.

Find Josh a honey: get his money.

Ready to earn your money? Let’s assess what we know

  • Josh’s real name is Shuki. His friends named him Josh because it is more American (he spends a lot of time in the US) and it “sounds much cooler”
  • Josh is a 32 year old small business owner. He is a software engineer
  • Josh is looking for a woman older than 25, a non-smoker, with the usual package of fun, cute, smart, good sense of humor, and ready to settle

As to what they’ll do on their first date? Why, a visit to Mom, of course.

Josh will mail the check to the matchmaker on the day of the wedding. The finder’s fee of $1,000 (4,320 NIS) is based on the following calculation:

  • “A subscription to a dating website: $28 (120 NIS) a month
  • Average length of subscription: 36 months”

So why not make both of you happy– you can find Josh the love of his life and in return, a nice trip to Europe (or semester’s tuition) could be coming your way. It doesn’t give us much to go on, but I think it can be done. This is one call that won’t go unanswered.



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8 Responses to Jewish Philanthropy with a Twist: Find This Man a Bride

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