FTJ Spring 2015 Auctionmore ›
Get something special for yourself or another and help Fair Trade Judaica grow. Thanks to all our generous donors, we have some fabulous items for you to bid on during our on-line auction, Tuesday June 2 – Thursday June 11 – fabulous travel adventures, gift certificates, and lots to keep you entertained!
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Buy Blessing Flags and Support our Nepali Artisansmore ›
SPECIAL PROMOTION TO SUPPORT OUR ARTISANS! Fair Trade Judaica is deeply saddened by the earthquakes in Nepal and the devastation they have caused for the Nepali people. Our Jewish Blessings flags are made in Kathmandu by our friends at Mahaguthi. For every set of Jewish Blessing Flags purchased by June 30, 2015, FTJ will donate $10.00 to SERRV for relief support to fair trade artisans there.
Beautiful Glass Night Lightsmore ›
We’ve just received these new hand painted night lights made from recycled glass in Ecuador! Designs include the featured spiral hamsah, as well as a flower hamsah and Noah’s ark. Makes a great gift for families with young children.
Recent Blog PostMay 13, 2015 -
From Strawberry Soup to a Chocolate Fountain: Fair Trade Shabbat Confirmation by Rabbi Robin Damsky, West Suburban Temple Har Zion This past Shabbat was our confirmation. Each year I work with the tenth and eleventh grade classes with a special educational focus to prepare them for this day. The study is always social justice connected, but the […]
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It All Begins with the Artisans
There would be no fair trade Judaica products if it weren't for the hard work and creativity of the artisans. In addition, they share with us the richness of their cultural heritage by using traditional craft methods, like weaving on a backstrap looms, as well as the colors and designs they have inherited.
We are proud to bring you the faces behind these fair trade Judaica products, and share some of the stories of the people who touch our lives with their work.
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