Eight (C)han(n)uka(h) Gifts

1. From the American Zionist Movement, you can get dog tags to remember the three abducted Israeli soldiers. At 10 for $10, a quick, affordable reminder of missing IDF soldiers.

2. Another great way to support the IDF is through Pizza IDF. I’ve sent pizza a few times, but you can also send donuts and hamburgers.

3. From a mix of silly to amazing, 77 design presents for under $77 (each).

4. An end of year donation to your synagogue, JUF, or another organization. They’ll appreciate it, you’ll get a tax break. Huzzah!

5. Send a slightly offensive e-card from SomeEcard.com.

6. Rockin’ Jones Soda for Chanukah (and Christmas) like my sister sent me.

7. The URJ has a list of 8 types of tzedaka (charity) you can do. I especially like the thought of sending gently used Judaica to the Former Soviet Union for Jews there.

8. Support a shul through Manna Express–buy gift cards that you would use anyway, but send proceeds to your congregation… or my congregation. 😉

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