Siach Yitzchok

Our uncompromising mission remains, as first stated by our founder, Rabbi Shlomo Freifeld, zt”l, “to unleash the almost limitless potential lying dormant within every precious Yiddishe neshama.

Rabbi Freifeld

“Our mission is to create an environment where Torah is learned in its purest form − a chinuch that is unyielding to the outside forces that permeate our present-day surroundings.”

Harav Shlomo Freifeld zt”l
Founder, Talmud Torah Siach Yitzchok

A New Future for Siach Yitzchok

This new building is a terrific growth opportunity for Siach Yitzchok. For years we have been subsisting in a small, cramped building, working hard to persevere and be successful despite the cramped space.

We now have the opportunity to put it all together. Finally, with thanks to Hashem Yisborach, all the pieces are fitting together. We have the land. We have the architectural drawings. We’ve demolished the old buildings that stood there and the building foundations are being poured. We are ready. But we need your help.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to dedicate various portions of our brand new building. We are offering up many unique chances – you only must go to the Dedications page – and you will see that the opportunity to sponsor these things is awaiting you.

#0d334e Raised $1,650,000 towards the $7,000,000 target.

Opportunity of a Lifetime

Helping Siach Yitzchok construct a new building will help us to continue our vital mission of nurturing young boys to enhance torah study.

Floorplans for the New Siach Yitzchok Building

first floor

First Floor

floor 2 3 4

Floors 2, 3 and 4

basement

Basement

Dedications

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. This building campaign has a limited number of dedications available, offering the unique opportunity to undertake a critical role in support of this tremendous institution. Please take a moment and look through the available dedications, and donate today.

About Siach Yitzchok

Siach Yitzchok is an institution that focuses on positivity, helping the children learn to use their early achievements as springboards for achieving more as life goes on. The rebbeim, teachers and hanhala all work together to sharpen this focus and labor to use each child’s strengths to achieve success as a whole.