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24-26 Cheshvan 5780 | Nov. 22-24 2019

Brooklyn, NY

Young shluchim across the globe depend on the programs of The Shluchim Office.

Registration Information:

We are excited to announce that registration for the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim 5780 is now open!

To register, click here.


The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim takes place during the International Kinus Hashluchim, and is a chassidishe, educational, fun and exciting experience for your son. It is an opportunity for your son to spend treasured time together with fellow Young Shluchim from all over the world. 

The program will include learning sessions, farbrengens, a visit to the Ohel & 770, exciting trips, their very own Grand Banquet, and much more.

Throughout the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, children will be in a warm and chassidishe environment, supervised by a staff of dedicated madrichim. The children and staff will eat and sleep in the same facility. 



Who: Boys in grades 3-8
Where: Brooklyn, NY
Begins: Friday morning, 24 Cheshvan / November 22nd
Ends: Sunday evening, 26 Cheshvan / November 24th

Sleeping accommodations are included for grades 3-7.

To register, click here.



After the amazing success of the past 2 years, we are excited to inform you that the Bar Mitzva Program for the Young Shluchim in 8th grade is back! 

The Bar Mitzva Program is a completely separate division, and will enjoy a program tailor-made for their age, with exciting enhancements and age appropriate Chassidishkeit and fun.

Please note: The program for 8th grade does not include sleeping accommodations. They will enjoy a full day program each day of the Kinus, while returning to their respective Crown Heights accommodations to sleep.

Safety remains our top priority across the board, and the same applies to this division. We will IYH send updates with details of their schedule, as well as a plan to ensure they are able to return home safely at the end of each day.

Space in this enhanced program is limited, and applications will be reviewed prior to acceptance.

There is no extra charge for the Bar Mitzva Program.

The separate program for 8th grade is only for English speaking Young Shluchim. Hebrew and French speaking 8th graders will join their respective groups based on their language.

To register, click here.



For out of town Shluchim who arrive early, there is an optional program on Thursday. Due to limited space, this program is only available for Shluchim outside the Tri-state area.

There is an additional $50 fee for this program. 

Who: Boys in grades 3-8
Where: Brooklyn, NY
When: Thursday, 23 Cheshvan / November 21st

Please note: The Thursday Program does not include sleeping accommodations. 



To register: Visit
Registration Due Date: Thursday, 9 Cheshvan / November 7th
Assistance With Registration:
Call us at 718-221-0500 x 0 or

Due to the limited amount of space available, registration forms will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Only those who are pre-registered and pre-paid will be able to participate. Registration is complete once you have received an email confirmation from our office.

Registration after the deadline (9 Cheshvan / November 7th) will be subject to a $50 late fee.

Please make sure to sign up on time!

Registration will close completely at midnight on Thursday, 16 Cheshvan / November 14th (11:59 pm). We are unable to accept any last minute registrations.

Once your registration is complete, you will receive periodic updates with additional information as we get closer to the Kinus.


Please note: In accordance with Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim Policy, children attending the Kinus are REQUIRED TO HAVE AGE APPROPRIATE VACCINES as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) (the Vaccines").
Please understand that we are not able to accept any child that does not have their vaccination record uploaded and/or does not have the Vaccines to the porgram.


If you have any questions regarding this information or need to let us know anything about your son specifically (medicine, allergies etc.), please e-mail