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Loyola Hillel to sponsor families for Chanukkah holiday

Posted by Jessica Peker on November 26, 2012

By Jessica Peker

Loyola University Chicago‘s Hillel is partaking in its annual “Chai-Light” Chanukkah project for those in need.

The project, which runs from Monday, November 26 through Friday, November 30, benefits one of four families sponsored by Loyola Hillel and served by The ARK.

More information on how you can donate to the project can be found here:

Hillel at Loyola has again taken responsibility for the Chanukkah gifts for a family of 4 served by The Ark.

Our “CHAI-LIGHT” CHANUKKAH FOR THOSE IN NEED project asks that you either donate funds (checks can be made out to Hillel at Loyola) and put them into the ceramic dreidel in Hillel or that you purchase one of the 8 gifts requested by the family.  Each gift choice is attached to one of the 8 Chanukkah lights on the Hillel menorah.  You can select one of those gifts to purchase, and bring the gift to Hillel by Friday, November 30.

We look forward to being able to complete the family’s Chanukkah Wish List and hope for your support and participation.

Hillel is located in 821 Mundelein.  If you cannot make it to Hillel and would like to participate in our “CHAI-LIGHT” CHANUKKAH project, you can send a check to Hillel or you can email Patti Ray, Hillel Director, (pray@luc.edu) for the gift choices from the family’s Chanukkah Wish List.

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