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More than 800 teenagers, parents and community members gathered in the Detroit suburb of West Bloomfield for an annual tribute to volunteers who have helped make the Friendship Circle an internationally-recognized project.
Students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign mourned the sudden passing of Joshua Jared Hardy, a junior finance major who took a lead in his fraternity’s social action initiatives.
Some 50 teenage volunteers who provide much-needed friendship for children with special needs gathered for a three-day conference in suburban Detroit, flying in for the occasion from cities around the world.
The Friendship Circle operated by the Chabad-Lubavitch Center of Sharon, Mass., won an online competition among Boston-area nonprofits sponsored by the Virgin American airline to herald its new transcontinental service between Boston Logan International A...
The Friendship Circle, an international network of Chabad-Lubavitch run programs that pair teenage volunteers with children with special needs, is gearing up for its third-annual teen leadership weekend, to be held at the Meer Family Friendship Center in ...
State Sen. Eric Adams hailed the dedication of parents of children with special needs, while Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz boomed from a platform: “Happy Sukkot!”
The annual Friendship Circle ‘Walk 4 Friendship’ drew 3,000 people from across the Detroit area who came to support the flagship Chabad-Lubavitch institution dedicated to helping children with special needs through peer-to-peer interactions. The Sept. 7 e...
Columbus City Schools signed on to the Friendship Circle’s LifeTown project after seeing its flagship facility in Detroit.
The Crown Heights, N.Y., branch of the Friendship Circle has teamed up with Camp Emunah to give children with special needs a mainstream overnight summer camp experience.
The Montreal Friendship Circle’s multimillion dollar Friendship Center and Life Village will be Canada's first indoor mock city devoted to helping children with special needs develop life skills.
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