The Mitzvah Society made it easy to share the beauty of the Yamim Nora’im with friends and acquaintances by preparing a gift box chock-full of everything one could need to observe the days meaningfully.
You probably know someone who lacks the tools to properly celebrate the Yamim Nora’im. Maybe they don’t know the holidays are fast approaching. Maybe they don’t know how to observe them.
What are you doing about it?
Yes, Shluchim worldwide are working around the clock to bring Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur to their communities. But there’s someone out there whose only connection to Yiddishkeit is you and needs YOU to encourage them to observe the mitzvos of the day and make it meaningful for them. You are their shliach, this is your shlichus.
Maybe it’s the guy on your old mivtzoyim route. Maybe it’s your coworker. Maybe it’s your relative, neighbor, camper, doctor, or car mechanic.
They need you. And it’s never been simpler to step up!
Gift your friends, family, and acquaintances the High Holiday Experience kit, a box chock-full of everything one could need to observe a meaningful Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
The kit, a product of Merkos 302’s Mitzvah Society is only $16.99 and comes with all one needs for a complete High Holiday experience, including:
- Kiddush cup
- Yizkor candle and companion
- Explanations behind select prayers and customs
- Holiday-themed games and swag
- Tashlich guide
- Instructional holiday cards
“The idea that we are responsible for our fellow Yidden and that every connection is an opportunity to bring them closer to Torah and Mitzvos, is something that the Rebbe constantly ingrained within each and every one of us,” explained Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky, Executive Director of Merkos 302.
Order a few to give out at work, or let us send one to your kids’ Jewish dentist. Even if they’re planning on going to shul or having a holiday dinner, this is one simple way to complete the experience.
You don’t have to have a Chabad house to be a shliach.
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