Goal: $36,000
$21,570 Total Raised
59% Complete

We raised $21,570 for Chabad at Tulane University!

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Pay it Forward!

You can make an incredible difference - by endowing a Shabbat dinner for next semester.

Support the place where our future leaders find pride and relevance in their Jewish identity,

forging lifelong friendships, and celebrating the joy of Judaism.

Pass along the magic that is Shabbat @TulaneChabad

Endow the Friday Night Experience at Chabad!

Please consider sponsoring a Shabbat dinner paying it forward. You will be providing “a home away from home” for an incoming freshman, just as your child enjoyed while at Emory. 

The cost for an average Shabbat dinner is $1,800 and provides a home-cooked gourmet dinner for 150-180 Tulane students. You may sponsor multiple Shabbat dinners or a partial sponsorship, you will be giving a loving home to hundreds of Emory Students. 

How can I help?

Please consider partnering on one of these levels:

Supporter $360 
Table sponsor $540 
Dinner sponsor $1800

Of course any amount is appreciated. Thank you for your friendship and generosity.

You brighten the world!

You can also gift through these platforms!

Cashapp: https://cash.app/$TulaneChabad

Venmo:  https://[email protected]

PayPal: [email protected] 

About Chabad:

Motivated by a profound love for every Jew and spurred by a boundless optimism, Tulane Chabad sets into motion a dazzling array of programs and services to educate, inspire, and uplift Jewish students from all walks of life with unconditional love and acceptance.
At Chabad, we are all family!

Chabad at Tulane is a grass-roots supported, 501(c)3, nonprofit organization.

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