This product image courtesy of The Jewish Muesum Shops shows a baseball tzedakah box. Gifting a tzedakah box in fun or fancy form is more closely associated with weddings, awards and Bar Mitzvahs than... more 
This product image courtesy of The Jewish Muesum Shops shows a baseball tzedakah box. Gifting a tzedakah box in fun or fancy form is more closely associated with weddings, awards and Bar Mitzvahs than the eight-day festival of lighting candles, spinning dreidels and eating fried foods. That, said purveyors and creators of Jewish gifts and ritual items, doesn't mean a charity box wouldn't make a positive reminder come Hanukkah time. less 
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Thu, Dec 2, 2010 4:39 AM EST