Chanukah 2015




It’s Chanukah! You’re in the kitchen frying up latkes. Lighting the menorah. Giving out gifts. Good things you do every year for your family. But while you’re doing them—why not do good things for your global family as well? You can do it from anywhere. Even your own kitchen. DONATE


Giving & Global Impact


While fry­ing latkes, light­ing the meno­rah, and giv­ing gifts why not also do good glob­ally?

  • Giving Back to Those Who Give to Israel

    Eliran is a husband, father to two young children and full-time student in Beer Sheva. When Operation Protective Edge broke out in 2014, he was called to serve far from his family. With rockets threatening his hometown, his wife had to miss work to stay home with their

  • The Story of Chanukah

    Hanukkah, or the Festival of Rededication, celebrates the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem after its defilement by the Syrian Greeks in 164 BCE. Although it is a late addition to the Jewish liturgical calendar, the eight-day festival of Hanukkah has become a very beloved and

  • Guide to Lighting Chanukah Candles

    The candles should be lit at sunset or afterwards. Using an extra candle called the Shamash, light one candle on the first night (starting at the extreme right side of the chanukiah) and add a candle each night. By the eighth night, all eight candles are lit. Before lighting, two blessings