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Donations to the projects of the Kabbalistic Yeshiva Nefesh HaChaim

Get 100% tax deduction for donating in 2020, this is ONLY THROUGH STRIPE!!! any donations through Paypal will not get an American tax receipt!!!

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For credit card donations through stripe only! not paypal We have a small window of opportunity, to give you 100% tax deductions.
 This means any money that you would have paid in the tax of the 2020 year you can give as a donation for our projects and not only get a full tax return but also A great reward in the world to come and a benefit also in this world!!!
Opportunity to place dedications in our publications of original translations to advanced Kabalah books, this will give you and your loved ones many merits also in this world and also in the next.
below we have added a few links that explain the procedures to be able to get a full refund for your donations. (not through Paypal!)  we are adding the details of the bank for wire transfer:  this is the bank account of Daisporah Yeshiva that we are currently a subdivision of, So that we will be able to receive these funds and to send you a tax-deductible receipt please email me the transfer confirmation for the transfer with the date and amount on it. (please also include names and dedications if needed) with the merit of King David, which we are situated in the compound of his tomb and those of all the kings of the house of David, and in the merit of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochia, Arizal, Rashash, and Ramchal and other great Kabbalists that we teach their Torah, I send blessings to you for Health and prosperity, peacefulness in this word and the word to come!  Even if you are not able to give monetary support now, you can still be included in this blessing by helping us to share and spread this message to all of your friends and family.  Their donations will be your merit.
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What does this mean?

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The CARES Act makes a new deduction available for up to $300 per taxpayer ($600 for a married couple) in annual charitable contributions.
Individuals and corporations that itemize can deduct much greater amounts of their contributions. Individuals can elect to deduct cash contributions to a 501(c)(3) organization up to 100% of their 2020 adjusted gross income, on itemized 2020 tax returns. This is an increase from the previous limit of 60%.
Corporations may deduct up to 25% of taxable income, up from the previous limit of 10%.

****(This isn’t intended to be used as tax advice. Please consult your tax accountant soon for specific details.

 

Important things to remember: 

  • Many people utilize Donor Advised Funds (DAFs). Donations to (or deposits into) these accounts may NOT exceed 60% of AGI in 2020. This did not change. Only amounts are given directly to charities (501( c)(3) entities) qualify for deductions exceeding 60% of AGI.
  • Check with the state you live in to determine the deductibility of donations in excess of 60% of AGI for state income tax purposes. Each state may determine its own allowed level of deductible giving. This may or may not matter to you.
  • As in previous years, any charitable donations over the allowable limit (100% in 2020) can be carried forward and used in future years.
As always, please consult with your CPA or tax advisor before making any major decisions regarding your charitable giving.
For those who are over age 70½, qualified charitable distributions from an IRA of up to $100,000 are still allowable in 2020. Even though required minimum distributions from IRAs were suspended for 2020, an eligible individual may make direct charitable donations from his or her IRA in 2020, and the direct charitable distribution of up to a maximum of $100,000 will not be included in income (the charitable donation will not be deductible). This rule applies regardless of whether the taxpayer itemizes. Though there is not direct income tax savings in 2020 for making qualified charitable distributions, reducing the value of the IRA through charitable gifting may be a benefit to an overall estate plan for those with taxable estates who are also charitably minded.
As always, please consult with your CPA or tax advisor before making any major decisions regarding your charitable giving.

Who we are and what we do

”Yeshivas Hamekubalim Nefesh Hachaim“ merits being located in Yerushalayim on Har Tzion adjacent to Kever David Hamelech. The yeshiva is a pioneer in publishing siddurim and machzorim with the Kavanot of the Arizal specially geared to the beginner. Our siddurim are printed in an unabridged, clear format. They include instructions, introductions, and various customs written in a clear and easy style specified for our day and age. They also feature various prayers, intentions, charts and expanded Roshei Teivos to assist those wishing to enter these gates of wisdom. All this is done with nice fonts and typesettings which facilitate easy reading. Many of those who got used to our siddurim claim they cannot substitute it for any other kind. Throughout the years we’ve expanded the repertoire of seforim we publish to incorporate a few types of siddurim, machzorim, tikun chatzot and pamphlets on various subjects. We also plan on publishing B’ezrat Hashem, a Tehilim, seforim on halachot and customs, commentaries on the Arizal’s writing and other Kabbalah seforim, Siddurim for women, Seder for Hoshana Raba night, shavuos night, Shvi’i Shel Pesach, books on segulos and personal prayers,  Kabbalistic Yeshiva Nefesh HaChaim in King Davids Tomb Mount Zion Yerushalayim a book of songs for Shabbos and festivals, Seder for Chanukas Habayit, Seder for a Brit Yitzchak, and prayers for the illui neshama of the niftarim. ”Yeshivas Hamekubalim Nefesh Hachaim“ merits encouragement from gedolei Torah of our generation and is specially endorsed by Rabbi Yitzchak Goldstein Shlit“a Rosh Yeshiva of Diaspora Yeshiva. We are presently occupied with publishing our siddur -”Siddur Chen“with English. Many years of painstaking work was put into it so far. It is a result of much effort of our group that gathers to study the introductions and Kavanot of the Arizal. The siddur incorporates introductions, charts and explanations to ease the understanding of these Kavanot. We are simultaneously working on Ashkenaz, Sefard, and Safardi siddurim, in three languages, Hebrew, English and Spanish. We have recently printed the second edition of Siddur Zichron David, which is less advanced then the chen and with the instructions and explanations in English. We are also on the verge of publishing Siddur Hayarre which is the most authentic and the most reliable source of the kavanot of the rashash with many additional explanations, according to the heritage of Yeshivat Bet El )which is the yeshiva were the Rashash learned and taught(. Today it is only available in handwriting, Manny people who would love to use it do not since it is hard to read and follow. We have done a lot of work Kabbalistic Yeshiva Nefesh HaChaim in King Davids Tomb Mount Zion Yerushalayim to put it in typed format and set up so it is pleasant to the eye.

Is it permitted to translate and why?

Many ask if is it permitted to translate Kabbalah literature into other languages. There are multiple answers to this question. The main response is that the unfortunate situation today is that there are some charlatans out there, many of whom aren’t even Jewish, that present themselves as Mekubalim. Unfortunately, many Jews fall prey to them. Therefore anyone with the power to protest has the obligation to do so. He should also publicize as much as possible the correct way to approach these gates of wisdom. He should educate the masses that there is no way to fulfill their desire of attaining this wisdom other than the authentic Jewish way that was passed down for generations. If anyone tries to attain this wisdom elsewhere he will destroy rather than rectify it. Therefore, we feel it to be not only permitted but important to translate these seforim of Kabbalah to make our people aware of the aforementioned. Another reason to translate these seforim is that many observant people throughout the world feel distant from spirituality. All their Torah and prayer are done by rote and just to fulfill their basic obligation to feel free to be able to move onto matters they find Kabbalistic Yeshiva Nefesh HaChaim in King Davids Tomb Mount Zion Yerushalyim more interesting. We are confident that if they would taste the sweetness of the wisdom of Kabbalah, or even just some insights into what they are already doing, they would quickly be transformed to serious Ovdei Hashem. As they begin to see and understand how the whole Torah is connected to, and affects the higher worlds, they will get a new realization of what the Torah is, and a renewed spirit. Sharing the merit with you
It goes without saying that these projects are costly. Production is not progressing as quickly as it should fitting such a worthy project. We, therefore, extend our offer to all of Am Yisroel to participate in this tremendously holy project. Please take a generous part in funding the continuation of these important works. These are works of rishonim who are compared to angels. Through helping produce these works one can arouse the zchusim of the Rabbis who brought this profound wisdom down to us. This will also be the cause of elevation to their souls, and in this merit, they will pray for us all to receive limitless bounty and blessing, Amen.

What else is in it for you

The Chofetz Chaim wrote in his sefer Ahavas Chesed that there are people who want to do something special in memory of a loved one. Sometimes they make a nice expensive tombstone with golden letters and nice flowers. Some add nice plants and the like and spend a fortune on these items. They think this will cause some pleasure to their departed relative. They are gravely mistaken. If heaven forbid a relative passes on and didn’t leave any progeny behind, instead of investing in the above items, they should make an everlasting memory for them with a mitzvah that will endure for generations. If he doesn’t have the means for this he should at least donate a Sefer in his memory, for the public to learn from, and write the name of the departed inside. This way whenever someone learns from it that it will cause pleasure to the nifter. The Chofetz Chaim concludes that he’s seen many do this. This merit is multiplied many times over if one would dedicate the publishing of a new Siddur like the one we are working on. This would help many Yidden throughout the world pray to Hashem with the proper kavana and to draw down to the world a spiritual and physical flow of blessings in all areas. This would also bring the geula closer. How meritorious would these sponsors be in this world and the next! They will be among the mezakei harabim that regarding them is written ”They are like the stars forever“, for this is a merit that lasts forever.

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