Make a Tzedakah box this Hanukkah. The name of the Tzedakah box (pronounced "Sedaka") comes from the Hebrew word "tzedek," meaning righteous. Jewish families use a Tzedakah box in their houses and synagogues to collect money for charities. Teacher your child about Jewish culture with this fun arts and crafts activity. Using a Kleenex box and some old magazines, he'll design and decorate his own Tzedakah box. He'll exercise his creativity while getting research practice picking a charity. Have fun collecting coins in your Tzedakah box, and do some good in the world!