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Help Ukrainian Refugees!

They need your help!

Chabad of Poland has aided Ukrainian Jewish refugees, providing essentials, education, and support for 18 months. But we still need your help!

 

We had already provided:

  • 5,000 food packages
  • Hosted 200 for festive meals

Yet their families still need help with Food, Clothing, Medical,  Accommodation.

 

We can’t make this impact alone

With your partnership, let's bring dignity to these celebrations, embodying the message of kindness. Your support matters in creating a brighter future. Wishing you a blessed year ahead.

 

 

In the News

The Jerusalem Post

Chabad of Poland launches appeal for Ukrainian, Polish Jews during Rosh Hashanah

Since the start of the war, Chabad of Poland has seen an expenditure rise of more than $2m., so now they are requesting help ahead of the High Holy Days.

Anash.org

Special-News Twins in Ukraine Warzone Were Grateful for This

The lives of Mariana Tsopa and her three children, two of whom have special needs were upended when Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine.

 

 

 

 

Baltimore Jewish Life

Israel’s Minister For Diaspora Affairs+Chabad Of Poland Kick Off Summer Program For Ukrainian Refugees

Chabad Of Poland Partners With Mosaic United And Israel’s Ministry Of Diaspora Affairs To Host Summer Programming For 200 Jewish Ukrainian Refugees.

 

 

JNS

Ukrainian Jews in Poland offered Jewish-connection camp

Hundreds of Ukrainian Jewish refugee children living in Poland are being offered informal educational programming this summer that aims to enhance their connection to their Jewish identity.

 

 

 

 

Live Now Fox

Jewish community in Poland rallies around Israel

The Jewish Community in Poland has rallied around Israel amid the war with Hamas. Rabbi Shalom Stambler with Chabad of Poland joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to explain how.

Arutz Sheva

The nation of Israel is very much alive

People who never came to a Jewish event suddenly arrived here and spent the entire Shabbat with us.
 

 

 

 

 

Danny Soglowek, part of the well-known Zoglubek family in Israel, hails from the evacuated Liman, a Moshav in the Western Galilee, about 3 km north of Nahariya and 2.8 km south of Lebanon. During the war, he and his family traveled to Poland. Their spirits are now lifted, strengthened, and filled with joy, thanks to the uplifting work of Chabad in Poland.

 

 

 

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