A home for shidduchim

A space for shadchanim and singles to connect and build lasting relationships.
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For Shadchanim.
The first of its kind space for Shadchanim to do their holy work.

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our mission.

Shadchanim are at the heart of every marriage in our community. You deserve a beautiful space to work and facilitate meaningful connections.

Our mission is to provide Shadchanim with a free space and the resources you need to be effective advocates for our children and friends.

Our offerings for Shadchanim.

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For Singles.
A place to meet dedicated and warm shadchanim.

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Our Shadchanim

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Sheva

Schmukler

Shadchan

Sheva feels that everyone should be involved in shidduchim in any capacity that they can. Sheva is not your typical shadchan. She thinks of herself more as a facilitator. She will come up with ideas and exchange resumes. Once the couple is ready to date, she will then give it over to another shadchan for the remainder of the process so she can focus on more ideas and make more matches. Sheva feels it is very important and helpful to meet with singles personally in order to be more successful in making shidduchim.

sheva@shidduchhouse.com
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Mashi

Greenberg

Shadchan

Mashi has been involved in Shidduchim  for over 20 years. From the dating stage through engagement, Mashi gives her individual attention to every single that she works with. Mashi has made many successful matches BH and is fully dedicated to her work. She offers assistance in any way she can, from suggesting where to go to coaching the couple through the process.

mashi@shidduchhouse.com
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Yael

Michelashvili

Shadchan

Yael originally started out in shidduchim by setting up friends and people she knew. This led to her getting much more involved and becoming truly passionate about it. Yael reminds everyone to remember the singles they know and to also get involved because ultimately, it's all about networking. Yael helps her singles on their journey with warmth and clarity.

yael@shidduchhouse.com
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Chumy

Delevkovitz

Shadchan

Chumy has always felt very passionately about shidduchim and feels the strong need to constantly be involved. She guides her singles through the process with patience and personal coaching.

chumy@shidduchhouse.com
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Gitel Chaya

Fogel

Shadchan

Gitel Chaya has been making shidduchim successfully for over a decade. She holds the singles hands and guides them with sensitivity, individualised and caring attention throughout the process.

gitelchaya@shidduchhouse.com
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Elka

Ezagui

Shadchan

Elka is a warm and caring shadchan who really strives to make a difference. She tries to get to know the singles she works with on a personal level and cater to their individual needs. She is involved every step of the way and guides her singles with great attention and care.

elka@shidduchhouse.com
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Chevy

Lipskier

Shadchan

Chevy has been a Shadchan in Crown Heights for the last 25 years. Chevy takes a personal interest in each person and will meet with them to understand what it is they are hoping for. Once a couple begins the dating process, she shifts from shadchan to dating coach and is helpful to both the singles and parents in navigating the dating process.

chevy@shidduchhouse.com
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Shaina

Katz

Shadchan

Shaina got into shidduchim after marrying off four children in four years Baruch Hashem. She saw the need to help out and slowly started setting up family and friends and hasn't stopped since. Shaina really enjoys what she does and has seen much success in her work BH and hopes to continue to do so.

shaina@shidduchhouse.com
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Bayla

Spalter

Shadchan

Bayla has been involved in Shidduchim for more than 15 years.
She's warm, easygoing and positive and makes it easy for singles to talk to and gain advice.
She follows up efficiently with parents and singles.

bayla@shidduchhouse.com
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Rochel

Bryski

Shadchan

Rochel has been successfully making shidduchim for over 40 yrs and has even made shidduchim for the children of couples she successfully matched. She is on top of her game and gets back to people promptly. Rochel is involved throughout the entire process and guides her couples with utmost care and practical coaching. Other shadchanim, parents and singles approach her for her advice and counsel.

rochel@shidduchhouse.com
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Miriam

Schmukler

Shadchan

Miriam made her first shidduch a few months after her own marriage and she never stopped since.  For over 25 years, she has helped bring many happy couples to the Chupah. Miriam's warm and upbeat disposition, as well her openness and willingness to help, make her a pleasure to deal with. Her motto is GPS: focused on Goals, Personality to enable a solid Shidduch each time.

miriam@shidduchhouse.com
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Miri

Farro

Shadchan

Miri started out in shidduchim by opening up the Rebbe’s house and making programs for the singles.  From
there she started setting up the singles she was meeting. She realized the great urge that singles and their parents needed to have someone to talk to, to coach them and understand them. B"H she has made many successful shidduchim and feels blessed to be involved in this process.

miri@shidduchhouse.com

Leah

Gansburg

Shadchan
leah@shidduchhouse.com

Leah Gansburg has been involved with Shidduchim for many years.She feels BH privileged to have helped many people of all ages and stages find their bashert, and would be honored to help you!

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1669 President Street
Brooklyn NY 11213

info@shidduchhouse.com

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