A large welcome sign greets the biggest base in Tzivos Hashem: MyShliach’s 1083 young shluchim from around the world, many of whom have traveled to Crown Heights for this week’s kinnus hashluchim.
Tzivos Hashem welcomes these soldier and their fathers to Crown Heights with a large welcome sign above the Jewish Children’s Museum. “We want shluchim to know how much their work means to us,” says Rabbi Shimmy Weinbaum, director of Chayolei Tzivos Hashem.
Magnets and bumper stickers touting the message “I am a proud parent of a soldier in Hashem’s Army” are being given to shluchim as a gift from Tzivos Hashem headquarters. These can be picked up from the fifth floor of the museum.
While you’re at the JCM, make sure to pick up a copy of this week’s Hachayol magazine, which features how these young shluchim make Tzivos Hashem part of their lives.
A group of proud soldiers stand at attention outside Tzivos Hashem headquarters. “We’ve been training these kids to serve in Hashem’s army,” says Rabbi Zushi Rivkin of MyShliach.
Are you proud of your children? Pick up a magnet today!