"I want to study in a Yeshiva in Israel just like every one else"


Studying in Israel has become a natural rite-of-passage for

High School graduates. Special Needs High School students deserve no less. They have strived and worked hard to become more independent and dignified individuals.


At last there is a Special Needs Yeshiva in Israel, Yeshiva Bnei Simcha, that for the past  five years has combined spiritual Torah learning, mainstreaming, and the healing process. Where in a loving and caring environment the students learn to grow and develop at their own pace. Where they become rather than imitate, where loving kindness is the rule rather than the exception .Where individual attention and caring are the norm.



Yeshiva Bnei SimchaAbove Nature ...Beyond Limitations…

Ever Growing …



We are 501 (c) 3 certified non-profit organization and all donations are Tax Deductible.  


You can also give a donation via mail to the USA or  Israel address


USA Donations


Send a Donation By Mail

 (Tax Id 20-1877665)

Send your tax-deductible donation to:*

American Friends of Yeshiva Bnei Simcha  
C/O Vered Raful 
1617 East 23rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229


*Checks should be made payable to:

American Friends of Yeshiva Bnei Simcha

Israel Donations


Send a Donation by Mail

(Amuta and Tax Id 580451979)


Send you tax–deductible donation to:*


Yeshiva Bnei Simcha V’achava

Attention: Rabbi Dr. Meir Z. Weiner

        112 Hebron Road Apt. 33

        Jerusalem, Israel 9348107


*Checks should be made payable to:

ישיבה בני שמחה ואחווה


* For Direct Deposit:

           Bank Mizrachi Tapuchot

              Yeshiva Bnei Simcha V’Achva

             Bank 20 and Branch 401

   Account # 279809 




Online Donation

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YBS Donations

C) Yeshiva Bnei Simcha 2018

Benny Wachspress, Ephraim Rosensweig, and    Ephraim Sherr at Kever Rochel on October 29th 2009

"Yeshiva Bnei Simcha for men with Aspergers Spectrum Disorders

 and Learning Disabilities."