Tzedakah Boxes

Tzedakah is often translated into English as “charity” because this religious obligation involves providing for the poor, desperate and unfortunate. Yet, there is more involved than charity with this religious obligation, because a Jewish person has a religious duty to provide this help while charity is considered often a more spontaneous and voluntary act. In order to help a Jews fulfill its Tzedakah duties, many Jewish homes have a Tzedakah box in which people may put money to later be distributed for charitable causes.

Tzedakah boxes are often small boxes with a hole at the top to slip the money, like a piggy bank. They can be made of wood, metal or glass and are often works of great beauty. Please look at the selection of Tzedakah boxes that we have and choose one of the great practical works of art from our community.

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