The Washington Center has established a new and exciting program to
coordinate and advance its social and humanitarian efforts. People
Offering Social and Humanitarian Help is a multi-faceted program,
engaging in many traditional Chabad-Lubavitch projects.
institutions vary from early childhood programs, elementary and
secondary schools, today and overnight summer camps, rabbinical
colleges, teacher's seminaries and extensive adult and senior citizen's
of volumes and pieces of Jewish literature are published throughout the
year, appealing in dozens of languages to people of all ages and levels
of learning and observance. Chabad-Lubavitch employs cutting edge
technology in its educational work, using new and innovative methods to
bring Jewish learning and knowledge to all who seek it, wherever they
may be, geographically or in terms of identity and communal involvement.
service initiatives of Chabad-Lubavitch also run the gamut, from
counseling, crisis intervention, and drug rehabilitation, to food and
job banks, community assistance and immigrant resettlement programs.
Chabad-Lubavitch has also developed very successful chaplaincy
programs, reaching out to Jewish men and women in the Armed Forces,
hospitals and prisons, and providing crucial assistance to their
families who are often so alone and desperate.