Jewish Children International, in collaboration with Chabad-Lubavitch houses all across the globe, are gearing up for the fourth season of "Jewish Kids Got Talent" competition.
The contestants will upload their submissions, either written or video forms, and viewers will then vote for their favorite entries from three categories. The nine finalists will be flown to New York City along with one family member, where they will take part in the grand finale, which will take place at the December 9th "Tzivos Hashem" Annual Dinner in New York.
Contestants will be competing live for prizes, both for themselves and for the charity of their choice, with the winner in each category chosen live by the dinner audience.
Now in its 33rd year, Tzivos Hashem/Jewish Children International, is a global movement which uses various vehicles to educate and inspire the over one million Jewish children who have joined its ranks. Created at the urging of the Lubavitcher Rebbe in an effort to make every Jewish child part of the movement to fill the world with kindness and goodness, Tzivos Hashem has grown over the years to encompass books, magazines, youth groups, Bar Mitzvahs, Bat Mitzvahs, birthday clubs, contests, workshops, The Jewish Childrens' Museum as well as countless expos and global webcasts for children, all dedicated to inculcating our children with the desire to better the world.
By adding Jewish Kids Got Talent to the roster of its offerings, Tzivos Hashem gives children the ability to not only showcase their inherent goodness but also to use it to inspire others to follow in their footsteps.