CHABAD'S BUSINESS RESOURCES
Doing business in Saratoga
County or the greater Capital Region? Saratoga Chabad and its
regional affiliates in the
Region Chabad Network are happy to assist you with Jewish
resources for employees, clients, and out-of-town visitors.
Kosher food & catering options
- Minyan & religious services Info
- Jewish religious & cultural
non-membership based events & programs
- Local area network of ten
active centers around the region
- Assistance with
understanding of religious sensitivities and preferences
Upstate New York's Capital
Region, especially Saratoga, is a sophisticated area with a
“small town” feel. The economy is going through a
transformation, with a new major focus in science and technology
research and development. UAlbany's College of Nanoscale Science
and Engineering, Albany NanoTech and the proposed new AMD Chip
Fab in Malta are attracting corporate partners from around the
globe, with many new local jobs expected to be created in
related and spinoff industries.
The Albany-Saratoga Capital
Region is the hub of a 19-county area of eastern New York State
from just south of Montreal to just north of New York City,
whose goal is to become the Silicon Valley of the North,
paralleling the growth of Austin Texas.
Rated nationally among the
least stressful places to live and work, Upstate NY offers many
cultural and educational opportunities. Living expenses are
reasonable, with a warm and welcoming Jewish community where
everyone makes a difference.
A user-friendly full-service Chabad House is located on Fuller
Road, only 3 blocks from the University at Albany Nanotechnology
Campus. Chabad also serves Saratoga County near the Luther
Forest Technology Park with two centers - in Saratoga Springs
and in Clifton Park.
Capital Chabad’s 10 local branches provide Jewish Resources for
individuals and companies. For information on Albany/Saratoga
Capital Region Jewish Resources, Kosher, Minyan, Shuls, Camps &
Youth Groups, Hebrew Education and Mikva, visit
or email Rabbi
Capitol Region and Saratoga
Chabad are part of an international network of more than 3,000
centers around the world, and have been synonymous with Jewish
life anywhere and everywhere. Chabad is a household Jewish word
that Jews recognize wherever they may live and no matter what
language they speak.