One Small Organization is Salvaging Klal Yisrael’s Kedusha; 8 Hours Left to Matching Funds Campaign

guard[COMMUNICATED] In a world inundated with temptation, the pioneering work of Guard Your Eyes is bringing back tens of thousands to purity and kedusha through cutting-edge, innovative solutions that really work. 

Fueled mainly by the accessibility and anonymity of the Internet, this is perhaps the greatest challenge facing the Jewish people in our generation. This affliction hasn’t spared any class of Jews: from teenagers to kollel members and from single to married men. Many of the social ills afflicting the Jewish community today such as youth-at-risk, broken marriages and even child abuse can be traced back to this issue. Much of the Jewish community’s investment and efforts in education today are being undermined by the strong-pull of these temptations.

The Guard Your Eyes organization has undertaken to stem this tide by utilizing methods which have proved successful in treating other addictions. They have successfully helped wean tens of thousands of Jews from these destructive behaviors and have helped return them to normal life. Guard Your Eyes also performs a vital function in preventing the spread of this scourge by raising public awareness of its dangers and by offering effective preventive measures to the general Jewish public.

The materials and tools that this program utilizes have been praised by Gedolim and experts alike for their methodology and approach, and they conform to the highest standards of Torah values.

How does Guard Your Eyes help thousands break free? Click below to watch this entertaining video.


twerRabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski, MD says:

“Guard Your Eyes allows people to get help anonymously and has saved thousands of individuals and families with their tools, counseling and support. Their success rate is phenomenal! It’s a Pikuach Nefesh. Anyone who has a chelek in this mitzva is really doing something for Netzach Yisrael.”



nerHarav Aharon Feldman, Rosh Yeshiva Ner Yisrael says:

“Guard Your Eyes is the only weapon we have. Their work is critical for the protection of the sanctity of the Jewish People, but your support is necessary to allow its continuing function and expansion. Supporting this life-saving cause is a great mitzvah.”



Share the Zechus of Shmiras Habris of Thousands

Gain a priceless merit before Yom Kippur

Below are a few words from some of the 15,000+ people whose lives were changed through Guard Your Eyes:

“You have given me a returned sense of self dignity; an ability to not hide in shame, shake hands with people and not feel like a total liar, and renew my appreciation for my wife and my relationship with G-d. Thank you for giving me back my life!” —Michael 

“I used to find myself in the middle of the battlefield without any kind of weapon to confront this horrible habit. But GuardYourEyes has given me powerful weapons. It’s the difference between trying to hit a nail with your bare hand and having a good hammer. Thank you for all the resources and tools. They have made a world of difference for me!” —Joey 

“I never had a full-blown addiction. My problem was only when I found myself with the temptation right in my face (alone in front of unfiltered Internet, business trip in a hotel alone, etc). Thank G-d, since I joined GuardYourEyes I have not had one fall. Your tools really helped me. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate what you do!” —Adam

“I wish I had found GuardYourEyes earlier. I don’t want others to have to wait as long as I did. We need to get more people aware of this wonderful site which makes possible what seems impossible. Thank you!” —Sam

“I have tears in my eyes as I’m typing this. When I signed up for the program it seemed like a dream. But I made it! I can’t even begin to describe how much this journey has changed my life and marriage!” —Yaakov

“I’ve been struggling since age 9 and I never spoke to anybody about it. When I started reading your eBook guide, I couldn’t stop crying. It was the first time I saw that there was still hope for me to come out from this deep darkness. How can I thank you enough?” —Refael

Once a year, during the High-Holidays, Guard Your Eyes’s makes an appeal to the Jewish people to help support the ONLY organization that is helping tens of thousands of Jews break-free from the unprecedented temptations that are entrapping even our best and brightest.

With your help, Guard Your Eyes could reach every Jew struggling in silence and prevent new casualties.

Guard Your Eyes is a registered non-profit organization and all services they offer are FREE. They have made great strides, but there’s still a great deal to do. They are in dire and urgent need of funding to extend, advertise and maintain their operation. Please help them. This is a powerful zechus before Yom Kippur, to partner in the Teshuvah of thousands!


Contribute Here

GYE is tax deductible (501c3). Anonymous contributions possible.

Checks can be made out to: “Guard Your Eyes” and mailed to:

GYE Corp.

P.O. Box 32380

Pikesville, MD 21282


Donations by phone: 718-878-3075 (24 hours a day)


13 Compelling Reasons to Partner with GYE 

Guard Your Eyes vast network of treatment and prevention:

  • – Helping thousands break-free. Over 15,000 members and 300,000 visits to our English, Hebrew, Spanish, French and Yiddish platforms.
  • – Help in finding the best filters for any device.
  • – An innovative reporting software for parents and schools.
  • – An Israel lobbying campaign to pass an Internet filtering bill.
  • – A branch for Israeli secular teens.
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