What’s Your Chesed Hack?

What's Your Chesed Hack?

Have you always wanted to do chesed (kindness) on a really big scale but didn't have the time or money to do so?

Now you can!

Torah Live's new video series on the topic of Chesed and Loving Kindness offers you the opportunity to fulfill your dream. Watch this video to find out how.


By sharing your chesed idea, it will be seen worldwide and inspire thousands of other people to do the same. Thus your act of chesed will be spread to people and places you could never reach on your own.

The top voted #chesedhack will entitle the winner to a $180 Amazon Gift Card! The drawing will be held on December 31.

Post your chesed hack below.


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David Corman

There’s an older man in my shul who lives by himself. I sometimes help to arrange Shabbos and Yom Tov meals for him so he has a place to go.


Hi. I’m Mia and I’m 12 years old and I go to Pelech High School in Jerusalem
I make bead animals and figures and sell them in my online shop so that I can help families with children who have autism to get the support that they need.

Michoel Green
Michoel Green

I have helped people who would like to hear the weekly Dvar Torah from our Rav, receive it via email. As such, even if they weren’t in Shul — they can still learn the timeless lesson.

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Aviva B
Aviva B

A neighbor of mine has a gemach for basic over-the-counter meds, like Tylenol. You just pay her the cost of the medicine, so that she can go and replenish her stock. It’s proven to be a lifesaver when your child is running a fever at night or can’t fall asleep because he’s teething – but the pharmacy is already closed.