Each year, just before Rosh Hashanah, the Mesorah Heritage Foundation publishes the Heritage Desk Diary, a desired volume which cannot be purchased in any bookstore. The Diary includes such useful information as a sixteen-month weekly planner, a nine-year Jewish holiday schedule, sidebars highlighting special prayers for special occasions, candle lighting times for over 100 US and world cities, schedules for Daf HaYomi and Mishnah Yomi schedule, weekly insights from classic and contemporary Torah Sages, and information about the festivals. There’s plenty of room, as well, for managing the details of one’s busy life. (See sampler page HERE.)
The Heritage Desk Diary is not for commercial sale. It is available as a thank-you gift for supporting the advance of Torah literacy through the Mesorah Heritage Foundation. For a contribution of $36 or more, you will receive the beautiful, hardbound sixteen-month Desk Diary. For a contribution of $18, you will receive the pocket edition of the twelve-month Heritage Personal Planner. (View sample page of Planner HERE.) Rabbi Nosson Scherman comments, “The insights and information in these diaries have inspired quite a few people to enroll their children in Jewish day schools.”
The Mesorah Heritage Foundation has recruited over 100 scholars in America, Europe and Israel to produce an English-language Torah literature that will endure for generations. Several major projects are underway: the Schottenstein Edition of the Jerusalem Talmud in English and Hebrew; the Schottenstein Interlinear Chumash; the Ramban’s Commentary on Chumash; the Kleinman Edition of A Daily Dose of Torah, now publishing Series Two; the Kleinman Edition of the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, and the multi-volume Yad Avraham Mishna Series is nearly completed. In a few weeks, the Kleinman Mishkan Project, a 3-D computer-animated virtual tour of the Tabernacle in the wilderness, will be released.
Since 1987, the Mesorah Heritage Foundation has brought the Jewish world indispensable resources for Torah learning and living. Today, the ArtScroll Siddur, in its many versions, is everywhere. The Schottenstein Talmud helps hundreds of thousands follow the Daf HaYomi. The Sapirstein edition of Rashi is a staple in home and yeshiva libraries across the world. Those who don’t read Hebrew can recite psalms with a Seif Transliterated Tehillim. Profound wonders of the Torah are accessible in English through the Davis Edition of the Baal HaTurim. Visionary individuals made all this possible. Now you can be one of them. Anyone desiring to support the Foundation’s vital research work can contact its office at 1-718-921-9000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
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