Pre-Purim Appreciation Gifts in Our Teachers’ Mailboxes
In advance of Purim, hundreds of teachers who are registered with Igud Hamelamdim, found a surprise Purim gift pack for their families in their mailboxes • Full Story, Photos
by Malky Weinstock
In advance of Purim, hundreds of teachers who are registered with Igud Hamelamdim, found a surprise Purim gift pack for their families in their mailboxes.
The gift pack contained a veritable treasure trove of gifts, including a Purim themed sticker books, gourmet hamantaschen artistically packaged in a beautifully decorated Purim box, a playful, colorable Purim puzzle, and a new exciting USB loaded with a collection of merry Purim songs and more.
It was another project facilitated by Lubavitch Chinuch Organization Igud Hamelamdim, showing a gesture of appreciation to the hundreds of mechanchim and their families for their dedication to our children’s chinuch. The Purim gift packs were sourced from the Chasdei Lev organization, an organization dedicated to supporting and bolstering mechanchim everywhere.
It’s now six years that Igud Hamelamdim has partnered with the Chasdei Lev organization to bring Lubavitch mechanchim gifts of gratitude that they so deserve. The program currently reaches over 350 Lubavitch mechanchim across North America, reports Igud Hamelamdim’s director Rabbi Avrohom Bluming
“My kids were thrilled!” shared Rabbi Dov ber Bryski, a Crown Heights rebbi, “It gave the kids exciting activities to do, and for me, it made me feel appreciated for choosing Chinuch.”
Coming up soon, is the highly anticipated annual Teacher Appreciation Pesach event, in partnership with Chasdei Lev, for our teachers and their families in appreciation for their dedication to our communities. For a view of last year’s event, click here.
The core mission of Igud Hamelamdim is boosting chinuch and invigorating the teachers, by providing year-round support operations and initiatives of all kinds. They source every means possible to lighten the burden of teachers, so they can teach in our mosdos undisturbed.
“Our teachers are there for our children every day,” says Rabbi Bluming. “It’s our honor to show them a token of gratitude!”