Chabad of Fremont Jewish Center is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization; all contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the law. EIN 46-0886402.

Chabad of Fremont Jewish Center can only continue to grow with your support. We do not receive funding from Chabad headquarters. All our funding comes from the local community, people just like you, and remains here to benefit our community!

Every individual and every penny counts. Here are some of the ways you can contribute to Chabad Jewish Community Center:


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 A gift of appreciated stock or securities will go a long way to help Chabad as well as provide you with a significant income tax deduction for the full market value of the stock. Click here for the Chabad Non-Profit Tax deductible stock account information or contact Rabbi Moshe for more details.


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Donate via Credit Card

You can donate online b filling out the form on our secure credit card donation page.  



Donate via Mail

Checks can be mailed to Chabad of Fremont: 220 Yerba Buena Pl, Fremont CA 94536


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CJC accepts donations of cars, trucks, boats and RV's.  Contact us and we'll arrange to have it picked up free of charge. It's easy and convenient.


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We accept gifts of PC's, office equipment, services and the like. However, due to the ever-evolving electronic marketplace, we need to be sure that the equipment is relatively up-to-date. Please  contact us to discuss your proposed gift of equipment or merchandise.


Leave a LegacyLeave a legacy to Chabad

As Chabad continues to rapidly grow, leaving a lasting legacy will ensure a Jewish Future that is stable, spiritual and meaningful. The link between our achievements of the past and our vision into the future is in your hands.

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Our eyes are on the future - $430,000 + is already in the building fund 

With our tremendous growth over the past 6 years, comes the need to find new space to accommodate our many classes and events. 

We are currently looking for a permanent property to expand our work.

Chabad is run locally and supported solely by local donors. As one who is conscious of the inestimable gift this project will bring to the Jewish Community of the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas, we would like to ask you to consider a gift or grant to our capital campaign. Donors interested in personal dedications will find substantial opportunities in the new center, including classrooms, the library, the sanctuary and the building itself.

We are available to meet at your convenience, to discuss this important project in further detail. We look forward to hearing from you and are excited to count you among our partners in this exceptional endeavor.

Please contact Rabbi Moshe at 510-300-4090 / [email protected] for more information