What should I serve for Rosh Hashanah?
How can I make my sukkah more sustainable?
What might an ecologically-inspired, spiritually-tuned-in, multi-generational non-denominational Tu B’Shvat Seder look like – and how can I host one?
We’re glad you asked!
Over the years Hazon has developed a number of resources to help you celebrate the Jewish holidays in line with your values and to use these key moments in the Jewish calendar to bring some of our most complicated struggles to light. Use these resources to inspire a theme for a holiday, an activity for your family or event for your community.
And remember, Reb Shlomo Carlebach taught that the holidays come to remind us of ideas that we should really be thinking of year-round, so feel free to use these suggestions any time of year!
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Sustainable Holiday Resources
Green Your Shabbat: tips for serving up a sustainable seventh-day meal and other Shabbat traditions.
Work with your synagogue community to serve healthier and more sustainable food at Kiddush and synagogue events.
Program ideas, menu suggestions, and tips for making the most of this season of teshuva (return to our best selves).
Instead of spending the day focused on your own hunger while fasting, work to alleviate hunger within your community.
From sukkah decorations to menu suggestions, we’ll help you, your family, and your community have a sustainable sukkot this year.
Tips on how to green your Chanukah celebration, as well as new takes on classic recipes!
The New Year of the Trees offers endless possibilities for environmentally-themed programming. Download our Haggadah, watch a G!d Cast, and much more.
Sustainable celebration ideas for one of the wackiest holidays in the Jewish calendar, from mishloach manot suggestions to party ideas
What’s on your seder plate? Healthy and sustainable tips for leaving Mitzrayim.
Indulge in sustainable dairy delights and pick up some great resources for your all-night study this Shavuot!