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Articles Filed Under “Ukraine”
After Two Years of War, Kyiv Chabad Dedicates New Mikvah
“Simcha” Jewish Community Celebrates Jewish Recovery Amid Crisis
Chabad-Lubavitch Partners With JFNA
JFNA and local Federations have worked together with Chabad-Lubavitch for many years on a wide variety of projects. Most recently, JFNA and Chabad have partnered…
Jewish Children Put War Out of Mind at Camp Gan Israel — Kharkiv, Ukraine
For children from the beleaguered city of Kharkiv, near the border with Russia in northeastern Ukraine, the sounds of war have been a part of…
New Wave Of Ukrainian Jewish Refugees En Route To Poland In Wake Of Kakhovka Dam Collapse
WARSAW – Following the breach of the Kakhovka dam in Southern Ukraine earlier this week, Ukrainian Jews are boarding buses and fleeing the country towards…
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…
81st Annual Commemoration of Babi Yar Massacre in Kyiv
Today, on the 81st commemoration of the Babi Yar massacre, Chabad emissary and Kyiv Chief Rabbi Yonatan Markowitz lit candles and led the annual memorial…
Against All Odds, Kharkiv Jewish Community Welcomes a New Member
The war-weary city fell silent for a moment as the Jewish community gathered to welcome their newest member.
Rabbi Moscowitz Returns to Wartorn Kharkiv
Three months after the war began, Rabbi Moshe Moscowitz drove fifteen hours back to his Kharkiv community and synagogue
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky Visits Ukrainian Orphans
Secured by Chabad Headquarters, a generous grant allows the weary Zhytomyr community to begin rebuilding their lives
Lamplighters 1 Year Anniversary: Our Favorite Stories
The 23rd episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Massive Pesach Seders Welcome Refugees Across Europe
This Pesach, Chabad centers across Europe are hosting the largest seders in their history
Vienna Springs into Action to Take In Ukrainian Students
The Lauder Chabad School in Vienna is going to extreme lengths to accommodate 700 Ukrainian refugee families—free of charge.
California Rabbi & Ohio Trucker Rescue Paralyzed Grandmother in Ukraine
A baffling plea for help reached Rabbi Mendy and Esther Harlig on March 7th. A member of their Chino Hills, California community asked if the…
Sivan Rahav Meir Interviews Rabbi Shlomo Peles
It was almost midnight when I walked into the fully equipped Crisis Management Room. Magen David Adom has situated their mobile command center in the…
Ep. 21: Two Dramatic Journeys Out Of Ukrainian War Zones
The 21st episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Yeka Counselors Drop Everything to Be With Ukrainian Campers
When shells began exploding in Dnipro, Ukraine, Chabad’s local Mironova Boys’ School for Orphans decided it was time to leave.  Mironova’s “parents”, David and Liora…
Hero’s Welcome for Chernigov’s Shluchim
The Russian siege trapped Rabbi Yisroel Silberstein, his wife Alizah, and their nine children in Chernigov, Ukraine. When the bombs began to fall, they miraculously…
Students Surprise Refugees with Busload of Food
Students touring Poland with Chabad on Campus responded to an unexpected chance to assist Ukrainian refugees
Refugees From Ukraine Children’s Orphanage Arrive Safely in Israel
After a week-long journey out of war-torn Zhytomyr, Ukraine, Rabbi Shlomo Wilhelm accompanied the ninety children of Chabad’s Alumim orphanage as they were welcomed by…
Chabad Rabbi In Chernivtsi Says Goodbye, For Now…
Chabad Rabbi Mendy Glitzenshtein helped thousands stopping in Chernivtsi, Ukraine on their way to the border. Now it’s his turn. His young daughters kiss the…
A War And a Wedding
Two Chabad emissary families travel through embattled areas, past army checkpoints and six countries, to a wedding celebration.
Dispatches From Ukraine: “Thousands of Jews and Israelis are arriving in our city”
We’ve received countless phone calls from around the world, asking if we can help bring Jews to Lviv from eastern cities and help them across…
Dispatches from Ukraine: “We’re evacuating the Jewish community”
We set out on what would become a twenty-four-hour drive to the Romanian border. We didn’t breathe until we got across the border
Dispatches from Ukraine: “We’re Facing a Humanitarian Crisis”
We’re just sixty miles from the Russian border, and Russian forces have surrounded the city
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