50 Grants to be Announced at the Kinus Hashluchos

During the Kinus Hashluchos, Rabbis Moshe and Mendy Kotlarsky reviewed the shluchim grant applications received since the Kinus Hashluchim, ahead of the announcement of the first 50 grants in a number of categories.

Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Vice Chairman of Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch, and his son Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky, Director of Merkos 302, looking through Shluchim grant applications in preparation for the announcement of the first recipients of the “Tripling our Efforts דור שכולו זכאי” commitments that were made by the Kinus Hashluchim.

Tonight at the Kinus Hashluchos, Rabbi Kotlarsky will be announcing the first twelve recipients of the 36 Sefer Torahs, the first 20 of the 120 New Shluchim Grants, the first 12 who will receive seed money of the 120 Mikvaos, as well as the first six CTeen lounges around the world. 

To apply to be one of the future recipients, visit kerenhashluchim.org/120

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