PASSOVER 2019

The KAHAL office is closed beginning Friday, April 19 at 4pm Central and will reopen on April 22 for the observance of Passover.

If you are a student looking for a place to celebrate the holiday abroad, please see below for your options.

Contact your nearest Chabad Rabbi

Through our partnership with Chabad’s international movement, any students seeking last-minute placements for meals, services, and more should go directly to their nearest Chabad center and reference KAHAL. You can find your nearest Chabad at: https://www.chabad.org/centers/default_cdo/aid/9318/jewish/Global-Directory.htm

Host Your Own Seder

If you’d like to host your own seder, create your own meaningful passover experience, or spend some time learning about this amazing tradition, please feel free to use our wonderful resources!  Here’s the KAHAL Haggadah, and in addition, we have partnered with the Global Day of Jewish Learning and have an amazing DIY resource just for you!

If you have any urgent last minute questions, please contact holidays@kahalabroad.org. This inbox will be checked until 4pm Central on Friday, April 19.

 

KAHAL helps students attend Passover experiences around the entire world. Last year, KAHAL connected students to more than 1000 seders in over 110 cities around the world.

KAHAL plans to connect more than 1,500 students to Jewish communities, host families, communities, and resources this year through its #SaveThePlate Campaign! Sign Up for Passover here 👇🏻

Local Community Partners Signup (Click Here)
Student Signup (Click Here)

Here is a simple 5 step guide for being a perfect Passover guest!

Looking to have your own passover Seder? We have amazing DIY Passover resources! Email Jessie@KahalAbroad.org for more info.

Check out our KAHAL Haggadah below!

Apply for a Passover grant today!

Here are some examples of how students have traveled the world and explored their identity with KAHAL: