Chabad Lubavitch of Lafayette Hill is dedicated to providing every Jew regardless of background, philosophy or level of commitment, an open door environment for strengthening and enhancing Jewish family life. Chabad serves individuals and families looking for an anchor and non-judgmental, accepting, personalized Jewish experience.

Chabad offers Judaism with a smile, and a home away from home for everyone who walks through its doors.

Chabad serves the religious and the non-observant, the affiliated and non-affiliated, young and old and all in between.  Chabad reaches out to all who are in need and assists them with their financial and emotional needs as well as serving the community at large by offering programs and classes for all ages. From toddlers to seniors, all have a place and feel welcome at Chabad.

Chabad is committed to strengthening Jewish identity, unity and committment. We cannot do this alone. We count on support from people known for their benevolence, sincerity and sensitivity to the needs of all mankind.

T hank you for being our partner!

Every individual and every penny counts. Here are some of ways you can contribute to Chabad Lubavitch of Lafayette Hill:

Donate Online Now
You can donate online right now by clicking here
and filling out our secure credit card donation page.
Donate by Mail
Checks can be mailed to: Chabad Lubavitch of Lafayette Hill, 2048 Spring Mill Rd.. Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
Donate a Car
Chabad accepts donations of cars, in fair or good condition. Please contact us
or call 484-533-7009 regarding your donation.
Donate In-Kind
We accept gifts of PC's, office equipment, services and the like. However, due to the ever-evolving electronic marketplace, we need to be sure that the equipment is relatively up-to-date. The cost and futility of handling old equipment usually outweighs the benefit, generously-intended though it may be. Please contact us at [email protected] to discuss your proposed gift of equipment or merchandise.
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