European Chesed Centre

24 Sivan 5782, 23 June 2022

Public Figures and Senior Officials from RCE Participated in the Inauguration of a European Chesed Center in the Capital of Georgia

The European Chesed Center in Tbilisi, initiated by the RCE, added up to the 26th center inaugurated in the past two years • The RCE is vigorously aiming to reach 50 branches in the European Jewish communities.

1 Adar I 5782, 2 February 2022

The “European Chesed Centre” Inaugurated a New Branch in Zagreb, Croatia

The RCE inaugurated another “European Chesed Centre” in Zagreb, Croatia. The new branch will loan an array of medical equipment and baby equipment to residents, worth tens of thousands of Euros.

30 Shevat 5782, 1 February 2022

Romanian Pandemic Director Surprises Rabbis: We Will Promote Cooperation Throughout Romania

At the inauguration ceremony of the new chesed center in Bucharest, opened by the Rabbinical Centre of Europe, the head of the country’s emergency department surprised the participants by promising to promote cooperation on health issues.

27 Kislev 5782, 1 December 2021

BULGARIA: RCE’s European Chesed Centre Saves Lives of Two Elderly Jews

Chief Rabbi Yosef Salomon revealed the drama, at the inauguration of the European Chesed Centre branch in Bulgaria.

15 Heshvan 5782, 21 October 2021

Four Lending Centers for Medical Equipment were Established in Ukraine

Hundreds of thousands of dollars were invested in medical equipment to supply the foundation of lending centers in the cities of Zhytomyr. Chernivtsi, Vinnitsa and Anatevka.

The branches are managed by The ‘European Chesed Center’ led by the ‘Rabbinical Centre of Europe’

3 Av 5781, 12 July 2021

Medical Equipment Lending Network for Jewish communities Starts Roll-Out Across Europe

The Chesed project established by the European Rabbinical Centre and the European Jewish Association is in response to the pressing needs in various Jewish communities because of Covid.

22 Kislev 5781, 8 December 2020

26 loaning Centers for medical equipment will be established in Europe.

The branches were founded by the “Rabbinical Centre of Europe” and the “European Jewish Association”. The RCE and the EJA signed a contract with a leading medical equipement supplier who will provide every branch with equipment worth tens of thousands of euros.