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Areyvut's A Kindness a Day Emails are a wonderful source of educational resources for children, teenagers, parents, educators, and community leaders...

It has been making an impact worldwide!

"I'm impressed with the calendar and look forward to using its many wonderful ideas during the school year!" Jill Linder- Temple Beth Am- Los Angeles, CA

"This calendar conveys essential Jewish values and makes an excellent gift for volunteers, staff, and students!" William Rubin- Community Foundation for Jewish Education of Metropolitan Chicago- Skokie, IL

"The Areyvut calendar is the best idea I have seen to showcase daily the values and texts we are teaching our students." Jaynie Schultz- Akiba Academy of Dallas- Dallas, TX

"This calendar embodies the universal ideals that every Jew, regardless of affiliation, should embrace. It's a great teaching tool for schools and camps." Sid Singer- Chicago, IL

"Areyvut's A Kindness a Day calendar is essential for anyone interested in infusing themselves, their family, and community with core Jewish values." Jeffrey Swartz- The Timberland Company- Stratham, NH

"What a meaningful way to greet each day, with a recognition of the work left to be done and the inspiration to go and do it! Congratulations on a wonderful idea beautifully executed!" Peter Geffen- New York, NY

"As someone involved with hundreds of Jewish charitable and social services organizations, I receive dozens of Jewish calendars in all sizes and formats. Your calendar is the one I choose to use as it inspires me to continually improve myself with practical suggests, all based on Jewish practice and text." Yisroel Schulman, Esq.- New York Legal Assistance Group- New York, NY

"Just turned the page to April 16, and am sending feedback as you suggest. As I've told you before, I *love* the calendar, and the ritual I've developed of reading the morning's page as I boot up my computer. I have used the calendar to find quotes a couple of times, and have smiled to myself when the mitzvah suggestion is something that I just did, or planned to (ie- donate leftover Passover food). For me, it's a subtle source of learning, an added boost to me day- and I thank you for it!" Stephanie Zelkind- Jewish Teen Funders Network- New York, NY