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Tzedakah Pushka

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Tzedakah Pushka: (lit. box) (Yid.) Charity box.
The Rebbe’s mitzvah campaign of Tzedaka places great emphasis on everyone having a pushka (charity box), and ensuring it’s prominently displayed. This class endeavors to crystalize why this is so important in reclaiming a lost Jewish art.
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More Than A Charitable Act
Tzedakah is more than a Charitable act. It is sharing with others what G-d in His kindness has given us.
There are, of course, other ways to give charity. What's so special about the pushkah? Several things: more action, transformed space, elevated time...
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Unraveling the 300 year old mystery of the 'Bodleian bowl'
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Install a charity box at your bank, and place my dollar inside it. May G-d Almighty bless you to have many other banks imitate your bank’s charity box and observance of Shabbos.”
12 Kislev, 5750 · December 10, 1989
I am very happy to hear about your pledge of one million dollars to the Jewish school. May G-d bless you that next time you will pledge twice as much, and G-d will provide for you five times more.
Rosh Chodesh Adar I, 5747 • March 2, 1987
On Shabbos, Erev Rosh Chodesh, the Rebbe announced a new campaign for every Jewish child to have a charity box in their bedroom. The next day, the Rebbe gives out nickels to the children to put into their new charity boxes.
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