“Even a poor man who himself survives on tzedakah should give tzedakah” Talmud Gittin
Giving tzedakah, or charity, is a meaningful part of every Jewish holiday. Before the holiday formally starts and the candles are lit, we pass around a tzedakah box, giving each guest at the table an opportunity to do a mitzvah, or a good deed. It's a wonderful tradition and a meaningful way to welcome younger guests into the world of Tikkun Olam. This beautiful tzedakah box is a perfect addition to your Rosh Hashanah table and makes a lovely hostess gift.
Find the matching candlesticks, challah board and cover in the Rosh Hashanah Collection.
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