Dear friends,

Looking for Bar/Bat Mitzvah boys and girls videos, sharing their experiences of how young people can
do good things for others.
For Immediate Release Announces the 2013 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Video Contest
“What It Means To Me!”
Los Angeles, CA:, the new, social-event website to congratulate, celebrate, and share all of life’s happy occasions, is asking upcoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah boys and girls to create and upload a short video that expresses what the occasion means to them. We are encouraging participants to be creative, sentimental or humorous, focusing on the “Mitzvah” part of the celebration and tell us what causes they will fund with their gifts.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah program is a spiritual and religious experience connecting the child and family to god, the Jewish people and to each other. Students and parents strive to be nurturing, caring, kind and considerate. As part of Bar/Bat Mitzvah and becoming man/woman is the teaching of contribution to Tzedakah in honor of “simcha” joy. “Whosoever practices Tzedakah finds life, prosperity and honor.” –Talmud.
All members of are eligible to vote for their favorite video. A panel of community judges will then choose three winners from the top ten videos with the highest number of votes.
First prize is a Round-trip ticket on El Al Airlines to Israel (from Los Angeles or New York City) or $1,000; Second prize is an Israel Mazel Tov Bond of $500 or $500; Third prize is 25 Trees planted in Israel in your name or $250. The winners will also be showcased on our homepage as well as be submitted to the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York to become a permanent record.
Please visit for complete contest rules and details.
Invite your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ to the community to vote. Contest submissions will be accepted from March 1, 2013 until 11:59 p.m.(PST), September 30, 2013. The top 3 winners will be announced for Chanukkah, on November 27, 2013.

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Thank you,
Suzanna Eibuszyc

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