JNF-USA’s Top Passover Gifts with Meaning
New York, NY., February 18, 2021 - As Jewish communities around the world prepare to celebrate Passover, Jewish National Fund-USA (JNF-USA) has made it easier than ever to find the perfect gift while supporting small businesses in the Negev and Galilee through their Online Mitzvah Marketplace at jnf.org/store.
Last year, just days after tourism in Israel ceased due to the pandemic, JNF-USA established its Online Mitzvah Marketplace to support Israeli small businesses in Israel’s Negev and Galilee who had previously relied on foot traffic from American tourists. Through this initiative, American consumers can directly support Israeli small businesses in addition to JNF-USA’s philanthropic investments in Israel.
With a diverse range of products and experiences to choose from, here are the top ways to support Israeli small businesses while enhancing your Passover experience:
#1 Afikomen Bag
Found in the ADI Negev store, this beautiful bag will enhance the Afikomen search and guarantee that your kids will look even harder this year.
This Beautiful Seder Plate that comes with six brass bowls, with the options for silver and gold-plated bowls as well.
#3 Israeli Wine
Since you have to drink four cups of wine at your seder, why not make it Israeli wine? Both Stern and Kishor wineries are selling delicious Kosher for Passover wine that is sure to pair excellently with whatever Bubby is cooking for your Passover meal.
#4 Kandu Drum
Get a beautifully designed Kandu percussion drum for your musically inclined relative as an afikomen present. From now through Passover (April 4th), enter code jnfpassover and receive 21% off.
For more information, email [email protected] or call 800.JNF.0099.
212.879.9305 x 226
About Jewish National Fund-USA
JNF-USA is the leading philanthropic organization for Israel that supports critical environmental and nation building activities in Israel’s north and south. Through its One Billion Dollar Roadmap for the Next Decade, JNF-USA is developing new communities in the Galilee and Negev, connecting the next generation to Israel, and creating infrastructure and programs that support ecology, individuals with special needs, and heritage site preservation.