Our Year At a Glance

As we begin a new year, we're pleased to share with you The Kabbalah Centre’s year in review, providing an overview of how your contributions are making our work possible. We hope you’ll be inspired to learn of the many ways in which your donations are helping to support our teachers, students, and program partners worldwide.

July 2017 Update with Michael Berg

In this month's video update, Michael Berg shares a snapshot of the global impact we’ve made through programs like Kabbalah Publishing and the completion of the first ever Spanish translation of the Zohar, the Kabbalah Scholarship Fund, the Zohar Project, and Rav Berg's Eternal Flame in New York and in Tzfat, Israel. Take a moment to watch the video and learn more about how you can get involved.  

South Sudan Refugee Crisis

South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, but quickly descended into civil war in December 2013. As the conflict has progressed and a man-made famine has spread across the country, tens of thousands have been killed and more than one million people — roughly nine percent of South Sudan’s population — have fled into neighboring countries.

To help address this urgent situation of human suffering, Kabbalah Centre Charitable Causes has partnered with iAID – a non-profit, non-governmental organization – to bring life-saving food supplies to South Sudanese refugees who have fled to Gulu, Uganda.

Watch the video message from Michael Berg to learn more.

Zohar Project Tour Announces New Dates

After many years of welcoming anyone who wishes to engage with the Zohar, it is time for The Kabbalah Centre to take its mission a step further but reaching beyond our walls, and bringing this unparalleled spiritual tool to people where they live.

The Zohar Project Tour is slated to do just that by visiting new locations worldwide in 2017, including, Denver, Chicago, Ecuador, and Berlin.

February 2017 Update with Michael Berg

We're happy to announce the launch of a new monthly video series aimed at engaging our supporters with updates about how their contributions are making a difference in the world. In this month's video update, Michael Berg discusses the mission of The Kabbalah Centre, and shares a snapshot of the global impact we’ve made through programs like Kabbalah Centre Teacher Training, Rav Berg Legacy Project, and more. Take a moment to watch the video and learn more about how you can get involved.

Zohar Project Tour Visits Haiti

The energy of the Zohar has always been the beating heart of all we do at The Kabbalah Centre. Rav Berg believed that there was no greater way to manifest blessings than to share the Zohar with others. In the early days of the Rav’s work, the very notion of welcoming people from every walk of life to study Zohar was revolutionary and, in many circles, quite controversial. Undaunted, the Rav went on to create The Zohar Project; it wasn’t enough to invite people in, the Rav wanted to bring the Zohar to the people.

In 2016, the Zohar Project’s volunteers continued the work of the Rav by traveling in teams to different cities, sharing the Zohar unconditionally, as part of the Zohar Project Tour. More than 22,500 Zohars have been distributed in U.S. cities including Austin, Detroit, Seattle, San Francisco, Charleston, Atlanta, Washington D.C. and Nashville as part of this program.

Most recently, the Zohar Project Tour visited Haiti. Consumed by poverty and lacking in basic infrastructure, the people of Haiti face one of the most serious humanitarian crises in the world. On January 15 - 19, a team of 25 Zohar Project volunteers shared 1,500 Zohars with hospitals, women's shelters, government offices and local families in Port-Au-Prince and Cite Soleil.