These are people and places that I know personally and am happy to recommend. I would be thrilled to use them (and have used some of them) for any of my own personal or family events.
- Cantor Phil Sherman
19 W. 8th St.
New York, NY 10011
28 Gramercy Park So., New York, NY 10003
Mr. Phil Rothman
Bar/Bat Mitzvah at the Kotel
Rabbi Yossi Swerdlov
Call us anytime at 972-52-475-6001 (Jerusalem, Israel)
SimchatOlam allows Jewish families to make digital cards to announce the birth of a child, a bris, or a baby naming, all for free. One can sign up and create a personalized announcement through beautifully-designed cards to share information regarding the Simcha (happy occasion). This site will assist Bonei Olam with fund-raising to assist Jewish families with fertility questions and supports families with IVF.
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From the Ne'eman Foundation: A free book for your new child or grandchild.
The Ne'eman Foundation is happy to send you a special edition of The Bamboo Cradle. "It is always exciting to welcome a new baby into the family. In addition, the birth of a child is a moment of great religious significance - a reaffirmation of ties which extend backwards to the beginning of the history of the Jewish people - and forward into the future."
If you would like a free copy of this book as a gift, please contact Sura Jeselson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More free Jewish books!
This wonderful organization is called PJ Library. You sign up when your child is an infant and then every single month from age 6 months through 6 years, the organization will send you an age appropriate book about Jewish holidays, Jewish values, or Jewish culture for free. Here is the link: https://pjlibrary.org.