Alone But Not Abandoned: Initiatives Bring Relief to Individuals in Isolation

Alone But Not Abandoned: Initiatives Bring Relief to Individuals in Isolation

As the corona pandemic forces people homebound, those without support systems are worried. How they will procure basic daily necessities--as well as provisions for the upcoming Passover holiday--under the restraints of quarantine? In response, Chabad shluchim are mobilizing wherever possible.

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Gleaning Jewish Wisdom Through Art

On the first Friday of every month, the quiet cobblestone streets of Old City Philadelphia are reborn into a bustling, contemporary art scene. Thousands of eager guests wander through, enjoying the wide variety of music and art exhibitions.

Lela Casey | News | Thursday, March 12

Purim in the Age of the Coronavirus

Those below a certain age do not remember a time like this—when there was no anti-vax movement because the fear of disease was so much greater than the fear of a possible adverse reaction; a time when the only recourse in the face of illness was to quarantine oneself or flee.

Chana Silberstein | News | Monday, March 9

Coronavirus Couldn't Stop This Pre-Purim Joy

On Wednesday, with a little help from technology, a coronavirus-related setback was averted for a group of seniors and children.

Ashira Weiss | News | Sunday, March 8

Teens Pledge Soul Support at Shabbaton

Saturday night, two thousand and seven hundred high school students, from six hundred and twenty cities in twenty-four countries around the world, gathered in Times Square, New York. As the iconic billboards streamed videos of the Lubavitcher Rebbe the crowd sang 'I'm a Jew and I'm proud.'

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, March 5

Conference Conversations

Once a year, Chabad leaders serving communities around the world, meet at the Annual International Conference of Shluchot (Chabad women emissaries). At the last Kinus, Lubavitch.com caught up with several of the three thousand sisters-in-arms.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, March 4

It's Never Over Even When It's Over

“Many of the girls come from dysfunctional homes or don’t have a home,” says one of the camp’s organizers, Sheva Rapoport. “YEKA is a safe, loving environment that provides the warmth and love they’re missing all year. It’s a lifeline for our girls.”

Dvora Lakein | News | Thursday, February 27

LIVE! CTeen Concert and Jewish Pride at Times Square

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