Parents and Alumni
For those of us who were privileged enough to attend or have a child attend one of Sarah's delicious dinners, holiday celebrations, or a meaningful discussion with Zalman and Sarah you truly know what an amazing experience it is. These experiences become a part of who we are. We would never know that attending a Friday Night Dinner or weekly class would allow us to form bonds and memories for a lifetime. Having Chabad at OSU truly creates a Jewish "home away from home" and gives us experiences we continue to cherish.
Because of our appreciation of Chabad, we want to ensure that others will have the same experiences.
When we were students at OSU or when we were thinking about our child attending, it never crossed our minds to wonder how Chabad was funded. While Chabad Houses are similar all over the world, each is independent and responsible for raising its own funds.
As alumni and parents we have the power and means to make a meaningful impact on the future success of Chabad at OSU. Even with small amount of support of $18 denominations per month, we can help Zalman and Sarah foster a Jewish community at OSU that for many of us was our second home.
As Chabad touched your life; now help them make a difference in other Jewish students' lives as well.
Stay in touch, share news through a newsletter, and participate in reunions. We look forward to seeing you soon!
May you find success and happiness wherever the road takes you, but remember that you have a home away from home at Chabad at OSU. Go Bucks!
Visit us at 207 E 15th Ave Columbus, OH
Mar. 26, 2017
Experience Torah study the classic way. Explore the teachings of the Talmud!
Mar. 26, 2017
Enjoy a delicious dinner and a fantastic movie!
Mar. 27, 2017
Where Ladies can nourish their mind, body and soul. You will enjoy delicious food and stimulating conversation typically over themes relating to the weekly Parsha. This makes this the perfect ...
Mar. 28, 2017
Enjoy delicious tacos while learning about the relevance of Judaism to their modern day lives and use it to enhance their Judaic knowledge and experience.