Last week the first Global Chinese Auction of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch and Tzivos Hashem’s new Chayolei Tzivos Hashem program was held, and what an excitement it was.
Unlike other Chinese auctions, the children work hard during the month doing special Mitzvos and missions, and then use their earned mileage points to enter the auction.
Complete with a personalized order form showing each child which prizes they can go for based on their earned miles, and a wide choice of amazing prizes to go for (ranging from a pocket Siddur, to a set of Seforim to an ipod…), the auction is a whole experience unto itself!
Throughout the month, the children earn miles by doing missions which they have chosen for themselves. They participate on global missions, connecting them with their fellow junior Chassidim around the world, as well as each school having specialized local missions for which they distribute mileage points.
Mitzvos don’t expire and neither do miles! By earning at least 100 new miles each month all the previous months’ miles “roll over” and can be used AGAIN! Developed by anash.com, the computerized system allows the children to scan their ID cards which logs them into their account. They then scan their achievement cards and the miles are added to their account!
A thankful parent remarked “I am thrilled that these people are investing in our future, our children. There’s so much out there today to compete with, and B”H we now have something exciting, fun and quality to combat it!”
This new program launched by Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch and Tzivos Hashem H.Q. in honor of the year of Hakhel is run in over 30 Lubavitcher schools worldwide, with thousands of children participating. It is designed specifically for OUR children to impart the feeling that they belong to something bigger; they are Hashem’s elite forces bringing Moshiach NOW!
The program is proudly sponsored by the Davidson family in the merit of a speedy recovery of Ruchama Alizah Chana Sara bas Ester Libah.
Anyone wishing to dedicate the monthly Torah and Mitzvos of thousands of children around the world for any specific reason, please email Sholomber@jcm.museum