The Chabad on Campus International leadership warmly welcomed the team from the Israeli Ministry of the Diaspora Affairs and Combating Anti-Semitism at the Chabad on Campus Kinus HaShluchos.
Last week, the Chabad on Campus International leadership warmly welcomed the team from the Israeli Ministry of the Diaspora Affairs and Combating Anti-Semitism, led by Director General Avi Cohen-Scali, at the Chabad on Campus International Kinus HaShluchos.
Chabad on Campus International has fostered a longstanding and fruitful relationship with the Ministry, thanks to its unwavering commitment to promoting Jewish education on college campuses worldwide.
Through the collaborative efforts of the Ministry and Mosaic United, Chabad on Campus International has played a pivotal role in distributing grants to hundreds of Campus Chabad Houses across the globe. These funds have been instrumental in expanding Jewish students’ knowledge of Judaism in general, as well as their unique connections to our cherished Holy Land—Eretz Yisrael.
Rabbi Yossy Gordon, CEO of Chabad on Campus International, provided the team with an update on the Chabad on Campus activities. This was followed by a productive discussion and future collaboration planning to further strengthen the partnership for other programs in the future that will benefit and strengthen Jewish life on campus.