Each card features an original painting by a participant in Keshet’s adult day program, GADOL. Cards are blank inside and provide information about the artist on the back. They are perfect to use for any occasion or make great gifts for friends, teachers and hosts.
All proceeds from card sales go to GADOL, Keshet’s adult day program, to provide vocational and employment support.Buy Cards
Purchasing Keshet greeting cards is not considered a donation. You will receive an email confirmation that your order was placed.
If you would prefer to make a donation or make a gift in someone’s honor for which we will send a personalized card, please visit keshet.org/donate.
Cards are being sold in assorted packages according to a theme: Floral, Judaic or Scenic. You will receive five different cards when purchasing the Floral or Scenic package. The Judaic package has less options so you will receive one or two duplicates.
If there is a specific card that you are interested in, please call GADOL at 847.674.5711 to inquire about this possibility.
We suggest buying cards through the online form. If you rather buy cards over the phone, please call the Keshet Business Office at 847.205.1234.
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At Keshet, our programs are designed to provide choice, giving adults with disabilities the same rights, freedom to make their own choices and deserve to have their voices heard just as anyone else. Adults at GADOL have recently joined advocacy groups, where they spend time learning what their rights are and how to express those rights. As a result, our adults have become more equipped to self-advocate and independently make their own choices, allowing them to spend their days exactly how they want to.
This past weekend, my friends and I made the trip up to Camp Chi and Perlstein Retreat Center for the Fall Shabbaton. The Shabbaton is a weekend away for adults within the Keshet community to participate in all kinds of fun activities, celebrate Shabbat and hang out with friends and staff. Although this is only my second time going, I look forward to the Shabbaton every year and this year’s was so much fun.