Share A Wonderful Hanukkah Gift That Shines A Light On Your Values

Hanukkah 2023 starts at sundown on Thursday, Dec. 7, and ends at sundown on Friday, Dec. 15. Over those eight days and nights, there are many opportunities to share more light than just with the menorah.


The Jewish Festival of Lights is a time to celebrate with family and friends and reflect. Some of the best Hanukkah gifts include the ubiquitous dreidel and fancy meats to demonstrate togetherness.

Are you struggling to think of unique and personal Hanukkah gift ideas?

Many families celebrate each night of Hanukkah with gifts. In some households, a small gift marks the first seven nights followed by a bigger gift on the final evening, but even a small gift on the last night will be meaningful for your Jewish friends and family.

For a gift big or small, look no further than a GlobalGiving Gift Card, redeemable at the charity of your recipient’s choice.

Your search for the best Hanukkah gifts ends here.

With a GlobalGiving Gift Card, your loved ones can celebrate Hanukkah by standing in solidarity with communities around the world who fight for freedom, dignity, and justice.

Woman holding menorah and GlobalGiving Gift Card for Hanukkah by Lisa Damico
Photo: Lisa Damico Portraits


Hanukkah gift cards are easy to give and redeem.

You can give your friends and family the chance to help make the world more just and equitable. A GlobalGiving eCard can be another light, lighting the way to improving lives across the globe.


“Hanukkah” is Hebrew for “dedication.” The holiday is meant to honor the victory of the Macabee soldiers over the Syrian Greek army in a revolt to free themselves from Greek rule. For those who observe the holiday, it is a time to rededicate themselves to their values. A GlobalGiving eCard allows the recipient to give to causes that uphold the inherent worth of every human being and build a brighter future.

Personalize your Hanukkah gift cards.

Attach a personal note to a printable PDF that makes for a perfect touchpoint, and you have yourself a thoughtful present that will make someone smile. Even easier—you can skip the printing and send a personalized email.

Celebrate the Festival of Lights and invest in a brighter future with a GlobalGiving Gift Card.


Featured Photo: GlobalGiving Gift Cards can be sent by mail or email by Lisa Damico Portraits

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