Chabad Organizations across the globe are showcasing themselves on the Charidy App. Are you?
We are thrilled to spotlight these incredible organizations now available to donate to on the Charidy App. Take a look below and get to know them and what they are all about!
Chabad on Campus: Chabad on Campus’ mission is to spread a culture of community, kindness and enlightenment. They have homes on more than 260 school campuses worldwide where Jewish students can chill and connect. Their Chasidic-run houses nurture social, educational and spiritual enlightenment.
Friday Light: Friday Light is inspired by the global movement to empower every Jewish woman and girl to light Shabbat candles and share her light with the world. This movement was launched to encourage Jewish women and girls to bring the light of Shabbat into their home by fulfilling the mitzvah of lighting Shabbat candles on Friday evening, 18 minutes before sunset.
Colel Chabad: Colel Chabad provides life preserving assistance to the neediest people in Israel regardless of gender, age, marital status, ethnicity or religious observance. They combat hunger daily in partnership with the Israeli Government. They also offer a comprehensive range of material and social services for widowed and indigent families, Holocaust survivors, immigrants, and the chronically ill.
Tzivos Hashem: Jewish Children International is a worldwide organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of Jewish children. Participants in Tzivos Hashem programs are youngsters under the age of Bar/Bat Mitzvah from backgrounds spanning the spectrum of levels of Jewish education and commitment to Jewish affiliation, without regard to social and economic status. From its headquarters in Brooklyn, Tzivos Hashem spearheads the trend to revive Jewish identity in children and provide them with a Jewish education through informal and entertaining programs, modern cutting edge teaching methods, first-class publications and personal encounters.
Friendship Circle creates friendship in the lives of individuals with special needs and those facing isolation while providing an opportunity to become a contributing member of the community. Through their programming, Friendship Circle aims to promote an inclusive community that values all individuals regardless of the challenges they face.
JNet helps people like you take time out of a busy workweek to explore their Judaism.
Professionals, students, and homemakers of every age and background use JNet to study the weekly Parsha, discuss the history of Judaism, analyze the Talmud, and discover Kabbalah’s spirituality and man’s purpose on earth.
Aleph Institute: The Aleph Institute is dedicated to assisting and caring for the wellbeing of members of specific populations that are isolated from the regular community: U.S. military personnel , prisoners, and people institutionalized or at risk of incarceration due to mental illness or addictions.
The Aleph Institute is committed to criminal justice reform and recidivism reduction through preventive-education and faith-based rehabilitation programs, re-entry assistance, alternative sentencing guidance and counsel, and policy research and recommendations.
Rohr Jewish Learning Institute: Serving learning centers in over 1,600 communities and on the internet, the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute is the world’s preeminent provider of Jewish learning. JLI’s mission is to make Jewish learning accessible and personally meaningful to every Jew, regardless of background or affiliation.
Cteen: Cteen is a Social club were teens learn about themselves and their heritage through giving to others and participating in interactive, hands-on activities. With over 200 chapters, 23 countries, Cteen is the fastest growing network for Jewish teens.
We hope you enjoyed reading about these incredible organizations that we have been so lucky to partner with. Our mission here at Charidy is support and enable organizations to spread the word about their cause and through the Charidy App, donating is easier than ever.