Dear Friend,

We're excited to invite you to join the 'Chabad of Oxford CHAI Club' that comprises a growing number of individuals committed to the support of Chabad of Oxford and the furtherance of Jewish life at Oxford. 

Chabad of Oxford relies on donations and does not require annual membership, as we believe in an open-door policy, where everyone is welcome, regardless of affiliation, background or level of knowledge. 

A crucial element of support for Chabad of Oxford's work comes from hard-working individuals, including dedicated alumni, students, parents of students and Oxford community members who kindly support the work of Chabad of Oxford with a monthly, periodical or annual contribution. These donations add up and make a great difference in helping cover Chabad of Oxford's important work and continued growth.

It's also a great opportunity to give charity - tzedakah - and to give back to Chabad of Oxford for all it does on behalf of the community. Any amount is significant. The Talmudic adage, “Each and every penny adds up to a large amount,” enjoins us to give all we can to charity and displays how meaningful tzedakah is.

Please join our CHAI Club by supporting monthly in multiples of £18 (£18, £36, £54, £72, £108, £180, £360). Eighteen is the numeric value (gematria) of the word CHAI, meaning life in Hebrew. Of course, any amount is greatly appreciated.

As a member of the Chai Club, your donation, combined with everyone else’s in this special club, will allow us to continue serving the community’s spiritual needs and provide even more. In addition, members will receive three times a year a newsletter and an annual report about the work of Chabad of Oxford.

As a convenience, you can choose monthly credit card billing, or set up a standing order with the details that can be found at Alternatively, you may call Rabbi Eli with a credit card number or another method of payment - tel: 07772 079 940.

Please fill out a form to join the 'Chabad of Oxford CHAI Club':

Click here to fill out the form.


Warmest regards,


Rabbi Eli and Freidy Brackman