Kavanah Kards, begun in 2014, has distributed more than 70,000 Kavanah Kards to 8 countries around the world, and more than 200 people visit the KavanahKards.com website every week!.
In addition to cards to improving focus when davening, there is the Service of Hashem card, inspiring people to dedicate everyday actions for their good health or well-being to be able to serve Hashem. Also there is the Kavana of Mitzvohs card, based on the sefer K'asher Tzivah Hashem by Rabbi Daniel Garfinkel--on the little-known and little done halacha in Shulchan Aruch (Oruch Chaim simen samech) of having the intention before doing any mitzvah to do it "as Hashem commanded".
Kavanah Kards and Kavana of Mitzvohs cards are the base of the Mindful Mitzvahs Campaign--an initiative to encourage people to do at least one mindful mitzvah and make at least one mindful bracha a day for 40 days at their level of comfort. Another step is thanking Hashem 5-10 minutes a day for the things we don't want in our lives. This is from the sefer "Say Thank-you and See Miracles", by Rabbi Shalom Arush.
The value of Mindful Mitzvahs to create greater positive connection of children to Hashem and to establish proper Kavanah with mitzvahs and davening is enormous. Dozens of schools and teachers worldwide have gotten them to use for teaching about kavanah and for special school programs and projects. As many as a thousand at one time have been sent to a single school!
Wonderful articles and a kid’s fiction story based on a true story about Kavanah Kards have appeared in Mishpacha Junior and Binyan magazines. They are all on the website.
Heartfelt notes and emails of thanks come from all over the world with accounts of how much people's tefillahs and lives have improved, baruch Hashem! The project has a bracha from Rabbi Kenievsky for 'hatzlacha”. Rav Gamliel Rabinowtz blessed that they should be spread all over the world.
Today our cards and materials are available in English, Hebrew & Yiddish; French versions are now being done. They have also been requested in Russian and Spanish, and will be done as soon as we are able.