Noch a Shidduch

May 10, 2010 by Christina Caddy-Gold
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With seven weddings in two years, the first j-junction baby born in January and another one on the way, the j-junction family has a lot to celebrate.

Monika and Robert Czeiger

In March, j-junction partnered with the US based matching service Woodmere Asset Management (who own Saw You At Sinai and J-RetroMatch.com).  The partnership  provides  j-junction  access to over 40,000 singles worldwide.

The new service means a powerful, streamlined database, upgraded website and a more professional process of matching – including photos.

Its latest success story is the recent marriage of Monika Silver to Robert Czeiger.

“Our matchmakers were so enthusiastic to meet with us, and the process was such a breeze. We would recommend J-junction to everyone, especially if you are looking to meet someone with strong values and character.” beamed Mrs Czeiger

As membership grows, so does the need for further support. In order for j-junction to continue to provide a service to the Jewish community, and make a real difference to Jewish continuity, both donations and volunteers are vital.

J-Junction is run by volunteers and is maintained by supporters’ funding.

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One Response to “Noch a Shidduch”
  1. Sara says:

    Dear Jewish Sydney Singles,

    I am very happy to read the previous posts who show that there are people in Sydney doing something about helping Jewish Continuity. We at Soul Fusion, a Melbourne based Jewish group are holding a National Singles Boat Cruise this Chanukah for mid 20’s to mid 40’s . All information is at http://www.nationalboatcruise.com

    If you could please pass on this information to all the Jewish Singles of Sydney it would be much appreciated and a big Mitzvah.

    If we can all work together we will have a better outcome in curbing inter-marriage.

    Shana Tova Sydney

    Love
    Sara

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