Goal: $80,000
$71,734 Total Raised
89% Complete

We raised $71,734 for Chabad at University of Illinois at Chicago! Thank you to our generous Matchers for making this a possibility, and a HUGE thank you goes to YOU for seizing the opportunity to do good.

Olga and Alex Goldstein

Judy Bahary

Jake Graham

Mike Miselman

Jessica and Jacob Cohen

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B”H

Chabad at UIC is a vibrant and dynamic resource for Jewish life, dedicated to providing every Jew, regardless of background, philosophy, or level of commitment – with a welcoming environment and a home away from home.

The Chabad House is an address to which students can turn for a delicious, homemade Shabbat dinner, a meaningful discussion, a thought provoking class, a shoulder to lean on in a time of need or hot matzah ball soup delivered when sick. The Chabad House is a warm and comfortable place in the hectic life of a college student. Community members enjoy family programing and holiday events offered at the Chabad House.

Rabbi Bentzy and Chani are available for students and the Jewish community in the area 24/7.

The Chabad House is entirely funded by individual supporters like yourself. Every dollar donated goes directly to the programming offered at the Chabad House.

Over the next 32 hours we'll need YOUR help! We need to raise $70K in one day, to keep up with our growing community. 

Our matchers have given us a challenge:
For the next 32 hours YOUR donations to Chabad are super-charged!!

How it works:

* Every donation is DOUBLED! That means that for every dollar you give, Chabad UIC will get $2.

* The campaign is ALL OR NOTHING – we must raise the full amount within 32 hours, or all donations will be returned.

We thank you in advance for your support. It means so much to us.

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