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The History of Colel Chabad
Colel Chabad, founded in 1788 by the first Chabad-Lubavitch Rebbe, R' Schneur Zalman of Liadi, is the oldest continuously operating charity in Israel. This video was produced in honor of the 200th anniversary of the passing of R' Shneur Zalman.
A leading role model for pro-Israel activism actually lived long before the founding of modern State of Israel
For hundreds of thousands of Israelis‑from the core of the country to the farthest reaches of its borders‑month by month, day by day, moment by moment‑the work of Chabad profoundly affects the very fabric of daily life in Israel.
Social-services program to begin with 36 municipalities
Life will become a whole lot simpler for 10,800 needy families in Israel. Colel Chabad will be partnering with Leket Israel, the National Food Bank, to provide Israeli citizens with prepaid charge cards to purchase up to NIS 500 (about $133) in groceries ...
In 1988, as a restaurant owner living in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, Naftali Feldman was on the dinner committee of Colel Chabad, the oldest operating charity in Israel. When the invitation for the dinner was sent to the Rebbe, it was his name – and...
The Israeli government requested that the organization assist those in need in rocket-battered areas
Challah rolls, chicken, soup, fish, potatoes, rice … these are the basics found on most Shabbat dinner tables. For a good number of people in southern Israel, however, getting these staples with rockets raining down from Hamas in Gaza for the second week ...
Colel Chabad’s three United Soup Kitchens in Jerusalem reported normal operations on Tuesday as snow descended on the Israeli capital for the second time in a month. The organization handed out extra food on Sunday to recipients of its Meals on Wheels.
At the University of Arizona and Dartmouth College, students who went on birthright israel trips with their campus-based Chabad Houses decided to do something to help Israeli victims of terror.
An Israeli Cabinet member visited Colel Chabad’s packing center in Ashdod as the organization finishes preparations for a massive food distribution to benefit some 120,000 people living below the poverty line.
As Holocaust survivors and their supporters negotiate an increase in the Israeli government’s relief package, Colel Chabad continues to expand its operations, many of which directly benefit the survivor community.
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