Rosh Hashanah Giving

Repentance, Prayer, Charitable Giving

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Rosh Hashanah is a time of hope, introspection, and new beginnings both physically and spiritually. It is when we think about all that we have done, and all that we continue to do for the people in our lives—in our homes, in our communities, and for the land and people of Israel. It is when we rededicate ourselves to our purpose and mission as we strive to be a light unto others. 


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Plant Trees

Since our founding in 1901, Jewish National Fund-USA has planted over 260 million trees in Israel. Honor your friends and family by planting trees for the New Year and choose from a variety of beautiful certificates to send them as a gift.

Be Inscribed - Inscribe a Letter in the Torah

Celebrate the New Year by fulfilling the mitzvah of inscribing a Torah. Through Be Inscribed, you can participate in the sacred act of writing a Torah on top of Masada, starting at just $36 for a letter. A certificate will be sent to you or someone you love to signify this beautiful gift.

Support the Land and People of Israel

Make this New Year count. Join Jewish National Fund-USA as we continue to build a strong, secure, and prosperous future for the land and people of Israel. Everything we do—every project, initiative, and campaign we take on—is integral to our vision of building and connecting to our land. Join us.

Shop Israeli Goods

Show friends and family how much you care by sending them a meaningful gift from Jewish National Fund-USA to start the New Year off right and put a smile on their faces. Purchases directly support local boutiques in Israel suffering from a lack of tourism. 

Buy Rosh Hashanah Cards

Spread the joy of Rosh Hashanah by sending your friends and family New Year’s greetings with Jewish National Fund-USA holiday cards. For each box of Rosh Hashanah cards purchased, a donation will be made on your behalf to support JNF-USA's work in Israel.

Shana Tova Umetukah!

Wish you a happy, sweet, and peaceful New Year!