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Chabad at the University of Delaware

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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: Provide a warm, spiritual environment where students can celebrate and explore their Jewish identity

Geographic areas served: University of Delaware

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Chabad has been my home away from home for the past four years. It is a place where every single student is welcome by the buoyant genius Rabbi Sneiderman and his amazing super-woman of a wife Roni. Without them, I can confidently say I would have been lost. College is a tough place to be Jewish but the Rabbi and his wife made it easy and pleasant. After college I am positive that my life will be different because I knew them. They are amazing! Donate!

2

Client Served

Rating: 5

Rabbi Eliezer Sneiderman and his family provide love, warmth and friendship to everyone. Everyone looks forward to Shabbat! Thank you so much.

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Rabbi Eliezer Sneiderman and his family are simply amazing. They are always welcoming and always glad to see you. I try to go almost every friday night because the people are amazing the food is delicious. Roni (his wife) makes the best challah and shabbat chicken. The Rabbi is always willing to sit down an talk about life and always has the best advice to offer. He is the perfect Rabbi for a college campus and truly understands what a Jewish College student is looking for and how to connect with them.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Rabbi Eliezer Sneiderman and his wife, Roni, provide a Jewish home for all Jewish students on the campus of the University of Delaware. Shabbat and holiday meals and prayers, Torah classes, meaningful social interaction, and rabbinical guidance are available to students every day. I did not take advantage of their warm hospitality until my senior year and have regretted not coming sooner in my college career. Rabbi Sneiderman guided me during a time in which I needed to make difficult choices. He opened his home to me and I was able to see first hand, every day, how an observant Jewish family lives. Today I am married. My wife and I have four children and live in Israel. There is no doubt in my mind that my life would be drastically different if not for the Sneidermans.