After being inundated with requests from Shluchim since the project’s termination in 5772, KIDS Magazine is proud to announce its return.
The 20-page holiday guide, full of the latest in eye-catching graphics, meaningful content, and engaging activities is rolling out just in time for Pesach mailings at Chabad houses worldwide. Both entertaining and educational, KIDS Magazine is a compelling way to educate—and impress—the not-yet-frum community.
“We are proud of CKIDS’ partnership with Tzivos Hashem Headquarters,” says Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Vice-Chairman of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch. “Our goal is that every Jewish child be part of Tzivos Hashem. And our new brigade of Tzivos Hashem: Chabad-house kids.”
“The Rebbe gave each Shliach the mission of bringing the ‘fifth son’ to the seder,” says Rabbi Yerachmiel Benjaminson, Executive Director of Tzivos Hashem.
Indeed, Pesach missions like “I drank the four cups of wine” and “I sold my chametz” along with attractive prizes ensure that no Jewish child is left behind this Yom Tov.
The project is led by a talented team of creatives—including executive editor Chava Leiba Sneiderman, content administrator Mushka Bogomilsky, and senior designer Chana Cohen, along with a group of rabbinic consultants, who oversee the material and insure the product’s quality.
“The most appealing aspect of the publication is perhaps its personalization feature,” says Rabbi Zalman Loewenthal, director of CKIDS. “The magazines will feature ads for each community’s upcoming events, so for shluchim looking to get the word out about Hebrew school or upcoming communal seder, this is the perfect venue.” Included donation envelopes means the project can double as a fundraising campaign, and a direct-mailing service makes the investment even more lucrative—it’s cost-effective and convenient.
Tzivos Hashem and Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch extend their warm appreciation to COLlive.com for its generous advertising sponsorship.
Personalization available for a limited time only (with a minimum of 250 orders). The deadline for customization is Chof Aleph Adar Aleph, 2/21/2014.
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Rabbi Zalman Loewenthal