The moment Yom Kippur ends we rush to grab our hammers, nails, and decorations to build the sukkah for Sukkot!
The sukkah is likened to G-d's embrace after we repent and pray on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. This is the time to enjoy each other, to unite, and to spend a week in the peaceful shade of the sukkah.
The youth of Migdal Ohr in 160 branches around the country are out building sukkahs that everyone in their cities can use and benefit from. They are also visiting army bases with sukkahs on wheels to help soldiers get in the spirit and celebrate the holidays!
That's the message of light, of ohr, that Rabbi Grossman instills in all of the teens of Israel. It's their privilege to use their strength, their energy, and their youth to help others and to be of service to others!