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Community

Jews have always been a people brought together by a sense of community, and Chabad enhances communal opportunities for learning and experiencing Judaism through year-round holiday celebrations.  Chabad’s distinguished work with teens and university students throughout the world is acclaimed for innovative programming, and Chabad provides needed services for seniors, many homebound. Dedicated professionals provide religious, spiritual and social leadership to Jews living in remote communities throughout the world.

Teens
Chabad focuses on the turbulent teen years which are often a confusing time for teenagers exploring who they are as individuals and where they fit in with family, friends and society.
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Campus
Since the 1960s, Chabad campus programming reflects tolerant, non-judgmental and open discussions, which is the hallmark of Chabad's inclusiveness.
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Year-round Programs
Bringing experiential opportunities to Jews regardless of their level of observance, economic status, Chabad ensures that adhering to holiday observance is available to every Jew.
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Seniors
Chabad cherishes the wisdom of the elderly, and in keeping with its mission to promote life-long learning, has established special Torah study classes in communities worldwide.
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Remote Communities
Chabad is able to provide leadership for remote communities through dedicated men and women who relocate and raise their own families in distant lands.
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