A Comprehensive and Updated LGBTQ Hanukkah Gift Guide!

This year Hanukkah happens to begin on Christmas and end on New Years. With all that’s happening on your calendar, it can be hard to find a time to go shopping for those you love– so we’ve done it for you! Below you’ll find clothing, decorations, books, and more for the queer Jews and allies in your life! (Click on each gift to find out where to purchase it)

Let’s start with the card and the candles:



For kids:

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For the bookworms:

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For the techies:

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For their walls:

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For yourself:

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For anyone else: give to Keshet in their honor!

Have a  fabulous Hanukkah!

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