This is in order to cultivate and maintain a community of Jewish singles who are serious about finding their match.

For example, if a user has no profile photos of themselves, they will be deleted. You can find more details of what is and is not “kosher” in our terms of use. Jzoog’s Iphone app has made Jewish dating easier and more effective. Swipe to the left to pass and move on to your next match.

I want to greatly thank greatly, the administrator, and all shadchanim, especially Elisheva Altman for helping me BS"D find Michael. But G-d has most amazing ways when we least expect!

Here at Compatible Partners, we know that compatibility is the essential ingredient to long-lasting relationships, so we strive to bring people together based on the things that really matter to them.

Compatible Partners has been helping gay Jewish singles find truly meaningful relationships online for over 5 years, and our scientifically-proven technology makes it easier and more enjoyable to find that deep connection.

At Compatible Partners, it all starts with our comprehensive Relationship Questionnaire that captures your unique values, attitudes, personality traits and interests.

Once we get to know you, we then custom-deliver matches to you based on your responses to the questionnaire.

We review every profile on our Jewish dating site and approve only those we feel are accurate and relevant to our members, creating an exclusive community of Jewish singles serious about meeting the right one.

Jzoog is an online Jewish dating website and iphone app exclusively for Jewish singles of all denominations including Orthodox, Traditional, Conservative, Reform.

TGIF was formed to allow single Jewish professionals in the greater Boston community a chance to network, mingle, schmooze, and meet people in a relaxed non-threatening atmosphere.

The group was started in the 1980's and has been quite successful in helping people to form new friendships and has been responsible for several marriages which now have offspring !

Much has been made of the alleged “shiddach crisis” in the Orthodox community where girls of 22 and 23 feel as though they’re consigned to eternal spinsterhood if they’ve not gotten married by that point.