Celebrate the final day of Hanukkah by creating your own tzedakah box and discussing the tradition of saving money to donate to charity.
Many Jewish households practice the tradition of giving gelt, gifts of money, to children during Hanukkah. Some of that money is usually set aside in a tzedakah box to later donate to charity. Join us in the Teen Underground to create your own tzedakah box and learn more about this generous tradition.
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