Tzivos Hashem recruitment goal: “no chayol left behind”
“The root challenge of today’s youth is the lack of Kabolas Ol,” writes the Rebbe. The solution? Tzivos Hashem: a system of discipline that children are excited to take part in.
It works. “Since my son joined last year,” says parent Mrs. Raizel Rosenfeld from Miami, Florida, “he has been more motivated; in davening, in chitas, and even in helping around the house!”
Tzivos Hashem isn’t a program; it’s an army. The soldiers complete missions to earn medals and rise in rank. There are 12 campaigns— ranging from mivtzoyim to briyas haguf—where progress is made.
“Since implementing Tzivos Hashem in our school 8 years ago,” says Mrs. Schapiro of Bnos Menachem, Crown Heights, “the atmosphere has completely transformed.”
What’s more, the tremendous accomplishments don’t go unnoticed. Achievements are recognized with raffles, school prize stores, ceremonies and even trophies.
And thanks to Rabbi Moishe and Ruti Weiss, the new Weiss Tehillim is being gifted to every chayol who completes 12 weeks of missions.
Don’t miss out!
Soldiers registered before Thursday receive the discounted sign-up price.
Is your child signed up yet?