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DID YOU KNOW that hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world tune in to Chabad programs on their television and radio?
Chabad emissaries host television and radio shows in tens of cities and countries throughout the world, provide spiritual, entertaining, and educational programming appealing to a wide variety of audiences. The programs are interactive in nature, and lively discussions ensue.
In an effort to promote positive educational resources for all Jews, Chabad also produces educational multi-media products including:
For the homebound elderly or the infirm, access to television and radio may be their only connection to Judaism and the community. For children, Jewish music and holiday guides provide their earliest memories of a joyful connection to their heritage. For the educator, these resources enhance their teaching ability and positive learning experiences for their students.
These resources are available for purchase via the internet and are available for all people, religious and non-observant, old and young and available in 6 languages.
WON'T YOU PLEASE CONSIDER A CONTRIBUTION DESIGNATED TO ADVANCING THE USE OF MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTS TO ENCOURAGE JEWISH CULTUTAL CONNECTIONS ? CLICK HERE TO DONATE.
BY DONATING NOW, you will partner with Chabad to ensure that all people wishing to engage in Jewish learning and culture will have the opportunity.
Chabad-Lubavitch ensures a positive Jewish identity for youth via progressive educational and social programs.
Through courses, lectures and seminars, Lubavitch has made pursuing knowledge for adults possible through outstanding teachers, quality study materials and engaging audio-visual resources.
As the world's largest publisher of Jewish literature, Lubavitch publications provide materials of unparalleled quality and depth, whether for a Talmudic scholar or a novice.
Chabad's interactive website transcends all boundaries, serving the religious and the non-observant, affiliated and non-affiliated, and even gentiles seeking exposure to Jewish thought.
For families and children, Chabad educators designed programs so that the ordinary telephone becomes an engaging, valuable educational resource and entertainment tool.