Your contribution is what keeps it alive

Together we can do it

Bnei Baruch is not affiliated with any external funding bodies, and therefore the success in teaching and sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah relies directly on the support provided by its community of students.

What are you funding?

Here is what your contribution help us do

Translations

Most translators are all volunteers but the audio equipment and computers for simultaneous translations of the live lessons require ongoing maintenance to ensure you get full access to all that we can provide in terms of Kabbalah content

Internet infrastructure

We rely on the latest IT technology to ensure quality uninterrupted live lessons and recorded programs reach practically every corner of the planet, 24/7

Servers

Our server farm is working overtime to support fast broadband internet streaming and downloading for thousands of viewers worldwide.

Web designers and developers

Our ongoing activities inside and outside the building require a dedicated team of web designers and web developers to quickly put together and update landing pages, and online repositories of information in dozens of languages.

Marketing

We rely on teams of professional marketers and a moderate media budget to effectively distribute our message to diverse audiences in Israel and abroad

Events

Our live and virtual events require professional manpower and large amounts of specialized equipment to set up and to maintain efficiently.

Make a difference with 1 coffee / day

if you were to give the equivalent of just a coffee a day, we could cover most of our expenses and develop more Kabbalah content


Why do we ask for your help?

Bnei Baruch is a not-for-profit organization. To maintain its independence and purity of intentions, Bnei Baruch is not supported, funded, or is otherwise tied to any commercial or political entity.

Since the bulk of its activity is provided free of charge, the prime source of funding for our activities are the contribution made by our students on a voluntary basis, as well as some of the income from selling self-published books and donations.

Our commitment : open access to Kabbalah for all

For millennia, Kabbalists have been teaching that love of man is the foundation of society and the key to a peaceful world.

Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalists in Israel and worldwide committed to sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world.

Study materials are available freely in over 25 languages and are based on authentic Kabbalah texts that were passed down from generation to generation.

We deploy all our energy to make it happen for you and all of your contributions will go to make our service better in order to provide the world the best access to authentic Kabbalah.