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Ignite the Light Celebration – Gateways

Ignite the Light Celebration
Organizational Partner: Gateways

As an organizational partner for the Ignite the Light Celebration, we’re proud to support the work of 18Doors. We are joining 18Doors in hosting a photo and story sharing campaign. Share a photo

Hanukkah: The Basics

What is Hanukkah?

Hanukkah, which means “dedication,” is a beloved winter festival celebrating both a military victory and a miracle.

It’s eight days are filled with menorahs, dreidels and fried foods. The date of Hanukkah on the American calendar changes

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Ignite the Light Host a Watch Party

Ignite the Light Celebration Host a Watch Party

While the Ignite the Light Celebration is a virtual event, we are asking others, if they feel comfortable, to invite their friends over to watch the event live. Would you be willing

2021 Ignite the Light Celebration Engagement

2021 Ignite the Light Celebration

Join us for an evening celebrating the work and impact of 18Doors. Are you part of a Jewish-interfaith family? Then we want to celebrate YOU! This free event will feature wonderful speakers, a complimentary drink

Ignite the Light Share Your Story

Ignite the Light Celebration Share Your Story

We are collecting stories of couples and families who have connected with, or benefited from, 18Doors to be shared at the Ignite the Light Celebration. Do you have a story to share? Submit

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Thanks to a generous donor, all gifts for the Ignite the Light Celebration will be matched 1-to-1. Double your impact with a donation today!
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The Missing 2020 Pew Study Headlines

Imagine if we read the data differently…

The Pew Research Center’s new study, “Jewish Americans in 2020,” is full of rich data about Jewish identity, observance and culture. Researchers surveyed almost 5,000 Jews, selected from a screener of almost 64,000