Jewish Women In Long Island Live With Hope

Jewish Women In Long Island Live With Hope

When Cindy Knoll was diagnosed with breast cancer at 31, her youngest had just celebrated her first birthday. Her husband and family kicked in to care for her, and Cindy credits her survival to the tremendous support she received. But not everyone has a system that heals and cares and does the dishes. Based at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Merrick, Long Island, the Circle offers support groups, financial backing, home cooked meals, and a shoulder to cry on.

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Protesting the Protesters, Changing the Face of BDS on Campus

A student who had an entire class curriculum changed due to its anti-Israel bias, has been honored at last month’s 7th Annual Jerusalem Post Conference.

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, May 10

Building Blocks of A Community In Gwinnett County, GA

Some years back, Chabad purchased a property in the Peachtree Corners neighborhood with the dream of one day building a full center to serve the local community. Now Rabbi Yossi Lerman, director of Chabad of Gwinnett has launched a novel, pre-building Legacy Bricks campaign.

News | Wednesday, April 18

Food Distribution Helps Families in Need

For a family living on an already tight budget, the added expense of preparing for Passover can seem insurmountable. This struggle is what motivated Rabbi David Okunov of Brooklyn, New York to initiate a free Passover food distibution for the needy.

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, March 29

Israel's President Rivlin Makes A Wish

Remarks by Israel’s President, Reuven Rivlin on March 19, 2018 at a conference sponsored by TheMarker, an Israeli daily business newspaper published by Haaretz. "I’ve come here in honor of Israel’s 70th birthday with a rather unusual wish, namely, that we succeed to build up the “middle”; that we learn to love and value the attribute of the 'beinoni.' Remarks of this nature, I admit, would have been out of place at an economic conference some years back. But thanks to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Chabad’s conceptual ideas have made it into our modern day vernacular."

News | Tuesday, March 27

States Proclaim Education and Sharing Day

Governors in States all across the Union are proclaiming March 27th 2018, Education and Sharing Day “in recognition of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson’s outstanding and lasting contributions toward education, morality and acts of charity throughout the world.”

Ashira Weiss | News | Tuesday, March 27

An Intergenerational Passover Experience

In this age of smart technology, the messaging and information children absorb often leave parents out of the loop. Chabad representatives around the world see the seder as a time to bridge the generational gap.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, March 21

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