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Your participation is vital to finishing this wonderful Jewish community project. It is being built by the community, for the community, and that means it is for you. When you take part in the process you create a sense of ownership and pride in your Jewish institution... and create a lifelong commitment to Judaism.

-- Rabbi Yossi New


Carol and I are supporting the The Jeff and Carrla Goldstein Youth and Education Center because we believe that this expansion and change to the Chabad Beth Tefillah Campus will create one of the most exciting and vibrant Centers of Jewish Life in Atlanta.  We will ultimately have a gorgeous and vibrant synagogue, a modern Pre-School and Educational building, a wonderful play ground and of course a new Mikvah.   The enhancements, will create a glowing and dynamic jewel in the middle of Sandy Springs and we are honored to be part of it.
-- Ian and Carol Ratner



As long time CBT members and CMCH parents, Diane and I are excited to see the progress made on the Jeff & Carrla Goldstein Youth and Education Center.  We will finally have a physical facility that reflects the quality of the education and programming inside!
-- Jeff and Diane Bland



Stacey and I believe that the education one receives in childhood is the foundation for everything one achieves later in life. This project creates that foundation; for the children of our community and future generations.
-- Trevor and Stacey Horwitz


I am looking forward to youth programming in a nice atmoshpere, making a better overall Jewish experience for everyone. I am happy that future generations will be privileged to have it as they grow up.

-- Ariela Bland, 16



The new space will benefit our youth and teens by serving as a safe, welcoming place to "hang out", learn, pray, and socialize.
-- Rabbi Ari Karp, CBT Youth Director 



When you have your children walk into their building and they see their family name, there is an automatic and deep connection that becomes an eternal bond with the institution, and in this case, with Judaism.

-- Dassie New







Motivated by a profound love for every Jew and spurred by a boundless optimism, Chabad sets into motion a dazzling array of programs and services to serve Jews from all walks of life.