How This Orthodox Jewish Woman Gives Back to COVID Nurses

What image comes to mind when you think about Orthodox Jews during the Coronavirus crisis? Shoshana Bernstein of Monsey, New York is changing that perception to one of Kiddush Hashem, providing meals and snacks to emergency room nurses on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. But Bernstein isn’t a stranger to doing good […]

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Meet a Jew in the City. Make a Friend.

With the increase in violence against Orthodox Jews, culminating with the Jersey City shooting and Monsey stabbing, our team responded with kindness and started building bridges, one cup of coffee at a time. What began as a pop up in one location in Harlem quickly went viral, with a demand for pop ups like this […]

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“Meet a Jew in the City” on FOX 5 News

The coverage and feedback on our “Meet a Jew in the City” pop-up event continues to pour in. Here’s another glimpse on our amazing experience in Harlem as we plan the next installment! If you found this content meaningful and want to help further our mission through our Keter, Makom, and Tikun branches, please consider […]

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The Chabad Rabbi Who Created A Magical Town For Special Needs Kids

Imagine a town that’s all welcoming, all engaging, and all fun while being an inclusive educational environment for special needs children. This was just a dream for Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum, founder and CEO of LifeTown, nearly 10 years ago. Rabbi Grossbaum is a Chabad shaliach with his wife, Toba, in Livingston, NJ, where they have […]

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Slain Jersey City Victim, Moshe Deutsch, Remembered By Friend

Moshe Hersh Deutsch of Brooklyn was a 24-year-old yeshiva bochur who loved doing chesed. Leah Mindel Ferencz was a 33-year-old mother of three who owned the JC Kosher Supermarket with her husband as one of the first families to found a new Hasidic community in Jersey City. Deutsch and Ferencz were gunned down in the […]

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