Taking advantage of the shidduch crisis, Yad L'Achim, the Israeli organization that rescues Jewish women who are trapped in Arab villages by their Arab husbands, tells singles to donate money. In return Yad L'Achim will have a big tzaddik, kabbalist and 'miracle worker' pray at a special holy site for you to get married. But if you don't have the money to pay – Yad L'Achim won't pray.
Yad L'Achim is run by a Chabadnik, Sholom Ber Lifshitz, and is, in effect, a Chabad organization – although on the surface it tries to appear to be interdependent of Chabad.
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Just in case you want to pay for him to pray, here's the link. But you need to act fast. Today's the cutoff.