L’chaim plus Tzedakah plus Pesukim plus an exciting program equals what?
A CYH international online rally, of course!
Available to 4,000 Shluchim worldwide, The Shluchim Office has once again created an interactive and inspiring Farbrengen for young Shluchim around the world.
CYH, which stands for Chinuch Yaldei HaShluchim, is a division of The Shluchim Office specifically geared towards children of Shluchim. Through clubs, Yoma D’pagra rallies, Hachanos, and more, CYH has become a household word in every young Shliach’s lingo.
CYH publishes weekly newsletters designed for Yaldei Shluchim, runs FOUR weekly online clubs on Sundays, Children registered for the CYH programs also receive special birthday packages and constant new opportunities directly to their e-mail inbox.
With Yud Tes Kislev around the corner, schools and yeshivos are busy educating their students about this significant day. For Shluchim in Slovakia, China, and New Hampshire, Farbrengens aren’t always available with other Chassidishe children. Therefore, with the support of The Shluchim Office, CYH staff will be coordinating a 45-minute interactive rally on Thursday.
Two separate rallies will be conducted to accommodate the different time zones around the world.
The rally, following an intensive hachana program, will included pesukim, arts and crafts, learning and games, and will feature young shluchim talking about their shlichus and how they help spread the light of chassidus.
After the rally the children will be split up according to their age and create beautiful souvenirs that they can keep.
The rallies will take place this Thursday, Yud Tes Kislev, at Shluchim.org/rally
● 12pm EST for the Yaldei Hashluchim in Europe
● 5pm EST for the Yaldei Hashluchim in the United States.
For more information, to find out how to join or to get involved, email [email protected]
hank you to those who make these rallies possible: Rabbi Shemtov, the director of The Shluchim Office, Rabbi Goodman for administrative and technical support, and to all the other staff of The Shluchim Office whose involvement is greatly appreciated.