Matchmakers access members' profiles to find and suggest potential matches, and members can also search the data base to see limited information about members, excluding photos, names, and contact details. Tens of thousands of Jewish singles and marrieds alike have done so through Rebbetzen Esther Jungreis' Hineini organization. Many married couples first met each other at a Hineni class or social gathering for singles.
Hineni also offers matchmaking services. Each year, Inbar celebrates a number of weddings for men and women who have met thanks to its services. The site employs many features, including private mailboxes, so users can communicate safely until they choose to share personal information.
The site also offers services of a matchmaker to recommend potential dating partners from the list of members. It offers a free matchmaking service for Jews of all religious affiliations which is run by a non-profit organization that has already made many matches of special needs couples.
Users have a more comfortable experience because they only see those profiles that are relevant to them. Its many programs encourage young Jewish adults to explore their Jewish identity, develop their leadership potential, and find their own place within the community.
Many married couples first met each other at one of RAJE's Shabbos or holiday meals or social events. While it primarily serves Canadian singles, its matchmakers work with a worldwide network of matchmakers and singles. The site is discreet, private, and does not allow browsing of other singles' profiles, but still gives daters the power to proactively look for a match. The combination of personal input from the matchmaker and the comprehensive information daters put into the system results in more compatible dates and more than 2, married clients.
Host families and guests fill out profiles and give references so both sides can make comfortable Shabbos arrangements. There's also a matchmaking feature. A good idea those traveling for business, backpacking across the country, studying abroad, or just looking for a little inspiration. One of the highlights is a constantly updated database of kosher restaurants and food establishments throughout the world. Good links to lots of religious, educational, cultural, communal, and singles sites and information.
The site also has a wealth of information for daters. These diseases are serious, and many are life altering or fatal to children born with them.
Carriers are healthy people who are not affected by the gene they carry. Most medical authorities recommend genetic screening before a first pregnancy.
The Jewish community uses two forms of testing: Dor Yeshorim's confidential matching service - Dor Yeshorim screens for a number of common Jewish genetic diseases. Individuals don't receive the results of the screening. The individual receives a list of the conditions that were screened and a copy of the results of the testing. Many of the programs offer genetic counseling. Some of the screening programs in the U.