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##### Why We Donate in Multiples of \$18

Each Hebrew letter has a numerical equivalent, and the sum of the letters that create the Hebrew word for life, CHAI, is 18, chet  (numerical value of 8) plus yud (numerical value of 10). As a result of its connection to the word for life, the number 18 is considered a special number in Jewish tradition. For this reason, Jews frequently make gifts or charitable contributions in multiples of \$18.

1 = \$18

2 = \$36

3 = \$54

4 = \$72

5 = \$90

6 = \$108

7 = \$126

8 = \$144

9 = \$162

10 = \$180

11 = \$270

12 = \$360

13 = \$450

14 = \$540

15 = \$630

16 = \$720

17 = \$810

18 = \$900

19 = \$1,800

`Remember your Loved One with a donation in their memory.`

# Yahrzeit

\$18.00Price
• Each Hebrew letter has a numerical equivalent, and the sum of the letters that create the Hebrew word for life, CHAI, is 18 - chet (numerical value of 8) plus yud (numerical value of 10).

As a result of its connection to the word for life, the number 18 is considered a special number in Jewish tradition. For this reason, Jews frequently make gifts or charitable contributions in multiples of \$18.

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