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Faygie Holt is an award-winning journalist and regular contributor to Chabad.org and other media outlets. She is also the author of “The New Girl” and “Trouble Ahead,” the first two novels in her Achdus Club book series for girls. Learn more at her website.
Mazel Day School in Manhattan Beach only private school in New York to win honor for exemplary performance
A Jewish day school in the Manhattan Beach section of Brooklyn, N.Y., was named by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2022. The Chabad-Lubavitch-affiliated Mazel Day School is the only Jewish school in the nation and the...
Five years after Maria, Chabad again provides material and spiritual support
With Rosh Hashanah fast approaching, and power and fresh water still unavailable over much of the island, Chabad of Puerto Rico has issued a call for emergency supplies as they prepare to meet the Jewish community’s spiritual needs on the High Holidays. R...
Hakhel year gatherings will be more important than ever for a scattered, beleaguered community
Traditionally, every seven years, when Jews the world over mark the year of Hakhel, big, colorful Jewish communal celebrations are held in Kharkov, Ukraine. There are concerts, holiday events, special study sessions and noted guest speakers who draw large...
With 37 dead, Chabad of Kentucky’s Project Friendship helps hardest-hit areas
For the thousands of eastern Kentucky residents who fled their homes on a moment’s notice and lost everything they owned—and for the friends and families of the 37 people who have lost their lives so far—the worst flooding to hit the state in decades has ...
Advocacy by Aleph Institute and Tzedek Association leads to change in guidelines
A Torah-study program developed by the Aleph Institute has been officially recognized by the U.S. Bureau of Prisons as an approved evidence-based recidivism-reduction option for inmates and will count towards consideration for early release as part of the...
Homebound through pandemic and war, Jewish man has been cared for from afar
As the door to the modest Kharkov apartment opened, an elderly man stood in the doorway. When he took in the sight of his visitor, Aizik opened his arms, and crying “Rabbi, Oy,” pulled his visitor in for a hug. It was the first time that Rabbi Moshe Mosko...
In exile, Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz has been helping the community he worked to build for 30 years
After three months in exile, Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz and two of his children returned home this week to Kharkov, Ukraine, and to the Jewish community that the rabbi and his wife, Miriam, have built over the past 30 years. “My husband has been hugged about a...
Rescue effort is part of ongoing campaign to save and serve those in desperate need
Anyone who has ever walked into the home of Rabbi Moshe and Miriam Moskovitz in Kharkov, Ukraine, knows Luda. With her endless energy and dedication, Luda would do everything she could to help the Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries to the city. She would make su...
Almost 100 celebrate the festival despite shelling and curfews
Despite ongoing shelling and strict curfews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkov, nearly 100 people gathered in the basement-turned-shelter of the Chabad-Lubavitch Choral synagogue on Friday night to celebrate the first Passover Seder. They all slept ...
Countless lives transformed by the Rebbe’s advice on positive living
Sometimes, a book will speak to a reader and lead them on a path they never envisioned. It is unusual, though, for a book to do so for large groups of people. Yet that’s exactly what happened in the three years since Positivity Bias by Rabbi Mendel Kalmen...
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