“After three mitzvahs, you’re guaranteed a place in heaven,” Fass said. And a lot of the Jews I meet have been to all of the singles events in their city, and their mother has set them up.They run out of Jews to date, and that’s when they come to me.” Even in cities with relatively large Jewish populations, the dating pool can feel small.

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In one Facebook post, Fass outlined the international Jewish clients to match with eligible Israelis.

It included a 41-year-old venture capitalist in New York City who is attentive, easygoing, loyal, kind, and willing to relocate for a good match.

One of Fass’s clients, a 43-year-old nurse who lives in Sydney, said he was receptive to meeting someone locally, but pragmatic about the odds: “A large proportion of our people live in Israel or America, and the idea is not to limit the prospective match.” Margaux Chetrit-Cassuto, a matchmaker with Three Matches in Montreal, said 90 percent of her clients are willing to consider relocation for the right partner.

She has established networks in New York City, Miami, and Tel Aviv. “There are children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors who feel a strong sense of responsibility.

There are others who identify as cultural Jews and they want to make Jewish jokes and have someone who gets it.

Some people just feel more comfortable with someone Jewish because they grew up with Jews.” That comfort can also help ease integration in a new city that also has an established Jewish community, says Berzack.

The global Jewish population is just 15 million, with about 6 million in each Israel and the United States, and another 3 million spread out across the rest of the world.

Montreal, London, and Melbourne each have fewer than 200,000 Jewish people, and Rome has fewer than 20,000. S., two trends are further winnowing the dating pool: More than half of American Jews now marry non-Jewish partners, and there are questions about the decline of Jewish identity among both Americans and Millennials.

She has a confessional nature, an efficient, straight-A-student upbeat vibe, and plans to build her business—called Fass Pass to Love—into a matchmaking empire.

Fass started her matchmaking business as a hobby, but has been working at it full-time since 2013.

Jews from Los Angeles might have little in common with Jews from Yemen, she points out.