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Inclusive & Interfaith Holiday Cards

Have you ever gotten a Hanukkah card that really doesn’t feel inclusive of all the members of your family? Or have you gone to purchase a card for loved ones who celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas? Couldn’t find something that felt appropriate? Wish someone would create some really beautiful interfaith holiday cards already?

Us, too.

That’s why we teamed up with the talented team at Happy Challadays to collaborate on a new trio of cards for the holidays. This year of all years, we need to find ways to send love to our family and friends near and far. Picking up the phone or sending an email is great, but there’s nothing like getting a handcrafted card in the mail. We hope you and your family love them as much as we do! Happy everything!

To purchase these cards, just visit Happy Challadays on Etsy. You can buy them individually, or purchase a pack of all three.

inclusive holiday card
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Happy Hanukkah
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Hanukkah and Christmas card
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Create an Inclusive Holiday Environment

You can celebrate inclusion and diversity during the holiday season with your loved ones by creating awareness of other people’s customs and values. Here are a few approaches.

Be sure to remember each holiday that people you know celebrate (write it down if needed). Send them some nice-looking interfaith holiday cards that recognize their holiday and acknowledge their celebration. Not sure which holidays someone celebrates? Ask!

Share these interfaith holiday greetings at your workplace along with a card. Your colleagues will know how appreciated they are for their hard work. It will also reinforce the fact that everyone’s voice matters and are necessary for a productive and inclusive work environment.


18Doors is here to support interfaith couples and families exploring Jewish life. We offer educational content; connections to welcoming organizations, professionals and programs; resources and trainings for organizations, clergy and other program providers; and our Rukin Rabbinic Fellowship provides offerings for couples in cities nationwide. If you have questions, please contact


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