Ruderman Family Foundation Partners With Chabad For Inclusion

Ruderman Family Foundation Partners With Chabad For Inclusion

The partnership will allow Chabad to break new ground and focus on including people with disabilities so they can participate in mainstream religious programs, services and social events.

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Bim, The Boy From Nepal

He’s the good looking, buoyant 12 year old Nepalese boy who greets visitors to Katmandu’s Chabad House with a huge smile: “Hi I’m Bim, the boy from Beit Chabad," he offers happily. He's also quick to provide unsolicited bits of useful information, like candle-lighting time on Friday, or that Shabbos is not out until three stars are spotted in the sky.

Baila Olidort | News | Tuesday, March 25

Russian Jews of Brighton Beach, At Home With FREE

They were teenagers when they arrived from Russia in the late 90s, early 2000s. Today they are young parents, the...

Baila Olidort | News | Tuesday, March 25

Israelis Find A Lively Jewish Niche in Moscow

Unheard of until recently, this vibrant demographic came out to party last week, confirming their place in Moscow’s Jewish community. Hundreds celebrated the 10-year milestone of their expat community that has grown in leaps instead of increments.

Rena Greenberg | News | Wednesday, March 19

Chabad Representatives to Simferopol Keep Close Watch

"Most Jews feel that this is their community. They are not leaving, and right now our greatest concern is their security—we are working on installing guards and surveillance equipment for the synagogue.”

Mordechai Lightstone | News | Monday, March 17

Statement from Lubavitch World Headquarters

We recognize our responsibility to ensure that activities in the area move forward, in keeping with Rabbi Moscowitz's lifetime commitment of leadership and outreach.

News | Wednesday, March 12

Chabad Mourns Sudden Passing of Mrs. Rashi Minkowicz

The sudden passing Tuesday night of Mrs. Rashi Minkowicz, a young mother of eight, and Chabad representative, has sent a wave of shock and sorrow throughout the Jewish community.

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, March 12

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick proclaims Yud Aleph Nissan "Education and Sharing Day" for the state of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick proclaims Yud Aleph Nissan "Education and Sharing Day" for the state of Massachusetts. Go to galleryGo to gallery »

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