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Formed by a core of prominent Jewish philanthropists dedicated to the continuity and growth of Jewish life, Keren Hashluchim invests in strategically expanding the activities of Chabad-Lubavitch worldwide and supports the personal wellbeing of shluchim. 

Keren Hashluchim works with close partners and foundations to provide seed money for new shluchim whenever possible, and facilitate special contributions for building dedications to expand Chabad's global network.

Keren Hashluchim also provides emergency assistance for shluchim who are affected by natural disasters, national unrest, economic collapse, serious illness, and other crises. In addition, Keren Hashluchim is there for shluchim struggling with the high costs of caring for children with special needs.

Throughout the year and before major Jewish holidays, Keren Hashluchim distributes critical stipends to shluchim who don’t have the means to put food on their tables and have large communities relying on them for holiday food and needs.


Keren Hashluchim is also the central funding arm of Chabad's youth networks, including the Chabad Children's Network (CKids), Chabad Teen Network (CTeen), and Chabad Young Professionals International (CYP).

We invite you to learn more and partner with us. Please contact us to discuss giving opportunities.

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Keren Hashluchim


M.Y. Keren Hashluchim Inc. is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY,

and is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

EIN: 81-0583641


Grants to shluchim before major Jewish holidays help relieve some of the financial burden for the shluchim and for local families in need who rely on the shluchim's support to celebrate Yom Tov.

The New Shluchim Fund provides seed grants for many new shluchim, setting up shluchim for early  success and long-term sustainability in their work.


The Keren Tzvi Yosef Fund provides assistance to shluchim when it is critically needed in times of crisis, emergency, and natural disasters.