Continuing the Life and Legacy of Reb Moshe

With the passing of this legendary globetrotting Shliach of the Rebbe, who played a pivotal role in revitalizing Jewish communities and growing Chabad institutions worldwide, a group of shluchim have committed themselves to uphold the projects he started.

Reb Moshe dedicated his entire life to perpetuating The Rebbe’s Shlichus and supporting the thousands of Shluchim worldwide. He was the Vice Chairman of Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch and Chairman of legendary organizations that he founded, including Chabad on Campus International, The Rohr Jewish Institute, Merkos 302, Ckids Network, Cteen Network, Chabad Young Professionals, and many others.

Reb Moshe had an unwavering commitment to every Shliach, traveled millions of miles to meet them in their Chabad House, and personally answered their calls day and night.

He was instrumental in expanding Jewish life and learning across the globe. His work facilitated the establishment of countless Chabad centers, providing a home for Jewish life in communities spanning all continents. His inspiring lectures, personal guidance, and tireless advocacy for Jewish continuity and education left an indelible mark on all who had the privilege to know him.

Rabbi Kotlarsky’s legacy is one of love, dedication, and profound Emunah. He believed deeply in the power of each individual’s Mitzvos and dedicated the last few years to creating a world filled with Mitzvahs that was ready for Moshiach’s imminent arrival.

Today, in the spirit of ViHachai Yiten El Liboi, we commit ourselves to perpetuating Reb Moshe’s legacy and ensuring all these incredible initiatives for Shluchim and the Jewish world at large live on.

The Campaign Committee, overseen by:

Rabbi Zalman Ahron Grossbaum
Rabbi Efraim Mintz
Rabbi Berel Lazar
Rabbi Benji Korf
Rabbi Mordechai Farkash
Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor
Rabbi Raleigh Resnik
Rabbi Mendel Kotlarsky
Rabbi Shimon Rivkin
Rabbi Shneur Nejar

Donate now to perpetuate Reb Moshe’s legacy.

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