When a boy has no father to learn with, he can't keep up with his learning and his entire future is at stake.
Yeoded chavrusahs learn with boys age five to fifteen, feeling an aching void in the lives of children lacking a father figure in their lives.
Children without fathers often need more than a chavrusah to help them keep up.
Yeoded tutors help boys with kriah, Chumash, Gemarah and halacha.
Children in pain need to be evaluated, so that they can get the emotional and academic support they need.
Yeoded pays for professional evaluations that determine the child's needs and help professionals create a plan for assistance.
Children with no one to take them to shul feel lonely and anxious about going alone. For orphans who need to claim the amud for kaddish, the task is daunting
Yeoded volunteers take boys to shul and make he, feel secure and cared for.
It's easy to lose sight of the big picture and make sure that a child is getting all the support he needs.
Yeoded assigns a coordinator to each child, to deal with mother, rebbeim, menahalim and everyone else involved in a child's wellbeing.
Children who suffer a life-altering loss need help to deal with their pain. they also lack the family structure that teaches critical social skills.
Yeoded mentors offer a shoulder to lean on and provide fun outlets that make life bearable and teach social skills.
Yeoded helps boys and teens who are struggling with the absent of a father figure. Yeoded provides them a tutor to review school work and ensure their academic development. In addition, the tutor becomes a mentor to the child and builds a connection so that the child feels that he too has a manly figure to talk to. Every child deserves the feeling that he has someone to look up to and someone to talk to.
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