Masmid Govoha, the innovative learning program that runs in dozens of Yeshivos across the United States is announcing an exciting and unique opportunity.
You can be a partner in writing a Sefer Torah, and by doing so, also have a chance to own the Sefer Torah upon completion!
By sponsoring 3 pesukim for JUST $25 per pasuk until Shavuos (and $36 after Shavuos), you’ll not only have a chance of owning the entire Sefer Torah, but you’ll also have the zechus of supporting a program that has so far benefited 30,000 talmidim in their pursuit of mastering Torah.
Ira Zlotowitz, president of Eastern Union Funding, started Masmid Govoha 21 years ago l’zecher nishmas the beloved Rabbi Yehoshua “Josh” Silbermintz- a central figure in Pirchei Agudas Yisroel and a tireless, loving “father” to thousands of talmidim over his lifetime. Today Masmid Govoha, run by the talented and energetic Rabbi Dovid Newman of Lakewood, continues in Rabbi Silbermintz’s lofty footsteps.
The one of a kind structure of the Masmid Govoha learning program offers both short-term and long-term incentives to three thousand 6th, 7th, and 8th grade boys every year, encouraging each talmid to discover his potential without competing with others, and rewarding him by recognizing his effort and hasmadah – not his academic test results. By leveling the playing field, each and every single boy can ‘win’. Over 90% of the boys increase their learning 10-15 minutes a day!
Masmid Govoha is unique for the wide variety of incentives that it offers, as well as its weekly tracking of each boy’s progress. The program runs according to each Rebbi’s specifications and credit is given for the Rebbi’s assignments and chazarah that the boys are required to do anyway, perfectly complementing the Rebbi’s efforts. There is no competition, no losers, and no charge to join.
Spread Torah. Sponsor Torah. Own Torah.
Winner will be chosen Erev Yom Kippur. For details, visit MasmidGovoha.org or email [email protected].
I remember when Ira as a bochur in BMG was creating Masmid Govohoa.
is it 25 plus years already?
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