Chabad is a global movement of Jewish education and community activism driven by the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Since 1951, the Rebbe’s goal to reach out to every corner of the world with love and concern has unfolded dramatically, with over 3,500 Chabad centers in nearly 1,000 cities worldwide.
Motivated by a profound love for humanity and spurred by a boundless optimism, the Rebbe lifted the global Jewish community from the ashes of the Holocaust and guided the establishment of an unprecedented range of Jewish institutions, outreach programs, and social services. No sector of the community has been excluded—young and old; men and women; leader and layman; scholar and laborer; student and teacher; children, and even infants.
Chabad strongly upholds the belief that every Jew, indeed every human being, has a unique role to play in the greater scheme of things and is an integral part of the tapestry of G‑d’s creation.