Kabbalah Scholarship Fund makes the wisdom and tools of Kabbalah accessible, affording as many people as possible the opportunity to improve their lives.
Kabbalah Scholarship Fund makes the wisdom and tools of Kabbalah accessible, affording as many people as possible the opportunity to improve their lives. The Kabbalah Centre is committed to ensuring that every person with a desire to study the wisdom of Kabbalah has the opportunity to do so. Kabbalah Scholarship Fund makes Kabbalah Centre books, classes, and events available for free to people in need.
Kabbalah 1 Scholarships
The Kabbalah 1 Scholarships ensures every person interested in improving their life is afforded that opportunity. By supporting the Kabbalah 1 experience you are making a direct and perceivable impact on lives around the world. Of the many charitable activities that the Centre undertakes, the teaching of Kabbalah 1 is one of the most central to our mission.
Kabbalah.com scholarships allow students to access the wisdom of Kabbalah from anywhere in world and at any time. The Kabbalah Scholarship Fund provides complimentary memberships to Kabbalah.com for people in need.
Holiday Event Sponsorship
Every year, The Kabbalah Centre hosts international events in celebration of the spiritual holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Pesach. Kabbalah Scholarship Fund sponsors Rosh Hashanah and Pesach event entrance fees for need-based students.
Provided 8,680 scholarships for students enrolled in Kabbalah One and Zohar Class in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Boca Raton, London, Mexico City and Tel Aviv.
Sponsored 7,500 Kabbalah Centre books for economically challenged students in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Boca Raton, Toronto, London, São Paulo, Mexico City and Tel Aviv.
Donated over 21,600 Kabbalah books to inmates in federal prisons and correctional facilities in the United States, Mexico and Panama.
Provided 2,500 Kabbalah University Scholarships for students in India, Iran, Mexico, France, Japan, Canada, Tanzania, Israel, Ghana, Brazil, New Zealand, Hungary and the United States.
Sponsored 250 students worldwide to attend Rosh Hashanah services.