Tuesday, / November 29, 2022
Articles Filed Under “Humanitarian”
A Rabbi, a State Senator, and Seven Hundred Winter Coats for Ukrainian Orphans
Rabbi JJ Hecht and Senator Ray Lesniak gifted toys and designer winter coats to over seven hundred orphaned Ukrainian children, and got a glimpse of…
Chabad Centers Gear Up for Relief Efforts in Hurricane-Battered West Florida
With thousands still trapped by Hurricane Ian’s storm surge, local Florida Chabad centers are offering a helping hand, delivering meals, and coordinating rescue and cleanup…
Ep. 28: From Kabul To Fremont: An Afghan Family Moves Into A Chabad House
The 28th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
El Paso Independent School District Becomes First to Adopt ‘ARK’
An initiative encouraging routine charity is gaining a foothold in American public schools and places of business
A Quarter Million Meals From Chabad of Nigeria
As part of Chabad's humanitarian efforts to combat hunger in Nigeria, a quarter of a million meals were distributed to single-parent families last week, just…
Aleph Rescues Afghans from Taliban
When the Taliban started sending him death threats, Fazel Malek* had to leave his wife and daughter behind in Kabul, Afghanistan. After a team of…
Hot Meals For Rostov’s Isolated Elders
Since Covid locked Rostov’s elderly in their apartments, Rabbi Chaim Danzinger and his team hand-deliver hot meals each day
Flying Food To Canadian Flood Victims
When unprecedented flooding cut thousands of British Columbians off from food supplies, Chabad of the Fraser Valley wanted to help
Chabad Rushes Water and Warm Clothing to Tornado Victims
Chabad emissaries in Kentucky are leading an effort to supply clothing, food, and water to devastated victims of the deadliest tornadoes in recent memory.
Chabad Rabbi Returns Large Sum Of Cash Found in Couch
Rabbi Mendy Yitzchaki stuck his hand deep into the couch last Thursday in search of his daughter’s missing earring. Nestled in a crack was a…
If the Shirt Fits, Pass It On
Cancer patients are already finding support, financial assistance, home-cooked meals, and even wigs at The Circle of Hope center in Merrick, Long Island. Now, they’re…
Turkey Dinners For Park City Homebound
It’s the day before Thanksgiving and the kitchen at the Bistro Kosher Deli in Park City, Utah is bustling. A team of volunteers, dressed in…
Bissli, Bamba and Bolognese Warm a Mother’s Heart
Ayelet Mamo Shay was feeling helpless. The Israeli businesswoman and author who lives in Gibraltar got word that her son, a university student in London,…
A Turf War Between Homeless Street Performers, A Rabbi’s Resolution
“Are you mad at me, Rabbi?” My mind began to race through possibilities, “Why would I be mad at this stranger?” To Read The Full…
770 Food Packages For Muslim Families
25,000 meals delivered to 770 single-parent Muslim families in Nigeria as Ramadan ends.
Adopted at Age 91, A Holocaust Survivor Finds Love and Hope
Patty Picarelli wasn’t very hopeful as she dialed the number for the Chabad Jewish Center of Barrie, Ontario. To Read The Full Magazine Story Log…
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