Kabbalah Centre Charitable Initiatives to Support Relief Causes

Kabbalah Centre is a faithful volunteer and financial supporter of non-profit organizations to help better the lives of people around the world. Kabbalah Centre is a non-profit organization that teaches its students and members spiritual tools applicable to Kabbalistic principles. The Centre has established other non-profits, including Kabbalah Centre Charitable Causes, The Zohar Project, and Scholarship Fund. Kabbalah Centre also supports Spirituality for Kids, Kids Creating Peace, and Kabbalah Children’s Academy. These charitable organizations supports charitable causes to provide disaster relief, financial relief, scholarships, and promotion of Kabbalah wisdom.

Charitable Causes is a non-profit organization that provides humanitarian relief to people experiencing poverty, inequality or affected by disasters. Prior efforts of the charitable organization include providing relief to victims of the Indian Ocean Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, and Haiti Earthquake.

Zohar Project receives its support from dedicated volunteers and financial contributors. Volunteers offer hours of their time to print and deliver Zohar to members, international organizations, and students. They also create new ideas to make Zohar accessible to all who seek wisdom based on Kabbalah principles.

Kabbalah Centre established a scholarship fund for new and existing students studying Kabbalah. The fund covers studies through Zohar audio books, textbooks, online courses and offline courses. The Centre has awarded over 6,000 scholarships to students internationally.

Kabbalah Centre and its volunteers provides support to non-profit, Spirituality for Kids. Parents and students are offered free online classes to bring awareness of spirituality in all human beings. Kids Creating Peace is an organization that provides spiritual educational programs and read full article.

Kabbalah Children’s Academy is an educational children institution teaching programs that encourages academic, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual growth. Students are taught the principles of kabbalah at an early age while studying math, science, fine arts, and other courses and Kabbalah’s lacrosse camp.

Kabbalah Center was founded nearly 95 years ago by Rav Yehuda Ashlag to teach students Kabbalah principles based on Zohar text and writings by KabbalistRavIssac Luria. The history of kabbalah practice is dated back to more than 4,000 years and continues to be practiced in the 21st Century. Locations have expanded globally over nine decades to Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Oceanic, and United States.