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$1 Million Project For Inclusion

A $1 million dollar initiative will be used to develop inclusive programs for people with disabilities at Chabad centers. Full Story

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Thank you

I hope you have included parents of people with disabilities who truly know and understand the needs, to help figure out what REALLY is needed. Friendship Circle is nice, but doesn’t really help for the long term quality of life within the Jewish community. I live in a major city and Friendship Circle is based in a suburb, so we do not get any value from it.

WHAT AN AMAZING PROJECT
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WHAT AN AMAZING PROJECT

Kudos to the Rudermans, Chabad and Sarah Ciment for this undertaking. Hazlacha Rabah!!!!

outstanding!
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outstanding!

Outstanding project, hatzlocha rabba!

re #1
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re #1

Major generalization there
My FC definitely raises the quality of life for children and adults with special needs in my community
You do know that there are over 80 FCs and each one is completely different?

a parent
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a parent

Where is this money going?
Would love to see our children benefit from it

Just saying
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Just saying

It’s not that Chabad Lubavitch dosent have a major focus on species needs children.

With over 80 chapters of freindship circles and aproximetly 15.000 volunteers. That is a major foot print on special needs projects.

Including a full time central FC office run out of the Shluchim Office which coordinates events etc.

Chaya Perman a true inspiration!!!
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Chaya Perman a true inspiration!!!

Chaya Perman! a true inspiration! completely devoted to good causes, and quietly!!! Anything her hand is in you can be sure will be amazing and something that was really needed!

interesting
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interesting

very generous but pls explain on a practical level what does this mean

is this about wheelchair accessibility (v imp thing) — just a little confused, seems very vague

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