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Observe the Jewish New Year in a creative and social way with custom Rosh Hashanah cards from Cards For Causes. These cards are ideal for synagogues, day schools, and Jewish community centers looking to make connections with attendees, donors, and more during the holiday season. It feels great to be acknowledged by people and organizations that are close to you during such a festive time of year. Our cards range from lighthearted to serious to traditional and everything in between.
Rosh Hashanah greeting cards bring an extra dose of fun to your holiday celebration. Enjoy the customization process by picking out the perfect design to represent you or your organization and let your creativity loose when you write your own personalized message for the inside of your cards. Let your holiday wishes come through loud and clear with Rosh Hashanah cards and gear up for Hanukkah with outreach that gets results!
Order Rosh Hashanah cards to celebrate the Jewish new year, which falls in September or October. Customize card covers and interiors. You can purchase bulk cards in orders of 25 or more with the option to donate 20% of the order cost to a cause and include a charity line.
The most simple greeting for Rosh Hashanah is “L’Shana Tova,” which means “for a good year” in Hebrew. Wish recipients “a good and sweet year” with the phrase “Shanah Tovah Umetukah.” A more formal greeting inscribing and sealing recipients is also an appropriate message in cards for this religious holiday.
Many popular Jewish new year cards feature references to traditional observances, which include the preparation of delicacies on the first night of the holiday followed by bread, fruit and honey on the second night. Conventional card designs feature trees, doves or apples and honey. More contemporary designs include photo cards.
The practice of sending Rosh Hashanah greeting cards dates back at least six centuries. Modern greeting cards and postcards date back to the nineteenth century and remain a popular way to send holiday greetings to family and friends. Choose from an assortment of card designs ranging from traditional to contemporary.
Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the New Year on Tishri 1 and tends to fall in September or October in the Gregorian calendar. A Happy New Year card would be appropriate even though it may not capture the same symbolism as a card designed for commemorating this annual holiday.
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