“Thank” and “you” are two simple words on their own. But when paired together and said with sincerity, they’re pretty meaningful...even powerful. So many sad stories come in to the Yad Eliezer offices every day-stories that are really heartbreaking and admittedly, we need a little chizuk every once in a while. When we’re able to help someone, and they take the time to express themselves in writing, that often does the trick. We received a letter that exemplifies this perfectly:
To Yad Eliezer & the Gitty Perkowski Fund
We are still in amazement from the special, one of a kind help you gave us for our son’s wedding, which took place at your Wolf-Friedman halls in
Bnei Brak a few months ago. A huge Yasher Koach goes out to you from all our hearts. This really was a tremendous help for our family.
With this letter we would also like to thank you for the beautiful experience at the wedding hall itself-the service there was really special, truly provided in the Jewish way, with pleasantness and respect-a perfect atmosphere in which to start building a Bayit Ne’eman B’Yisrael.
Hashem should reward you many times over, spiritually and physically, in everything you do.
We really have no words to express our tremendous hakarat hatov for all Yad Eliezer has done and continues to do for us and for all those who need it. It is truly heartwarming and a kiddush Hashem. May you all be gebentched!