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Days of Gratitude is a free, six-month-long journey to notice — and give gratitude for – the unnoticed blessings in our lives. It is designed with the intention of increasing resilience and finding hope at a time when we need them most. Every month between December 2020 and April 2021, subscribers will receive a set of resources: activities, prompts, and inspiration to guide them through a three-day gratitude journey, helping them notice and celebrate the blessings present in their lives. Days of Gratitude culminates in May 2021 with a worldwide celebration of gratitude, in the seven days leading up to Shavuot. You can participate in Days of Gratitude individually, with family and friends, within communities and organizations, or across the global community.

Between December 2020 and April 2021, subscribers will be invited to embark on a monthly, three-day gratitude experience, using a host of creative resources and activities that will be revealed on this site.

In May 2021, Days of Gratitude will culminate with a seven-day event, filled with inspiring activities, prompts, videos, and more.

For an in-depth overview of how Days of Gratitude can serve as an inspiring program or curriculum for your school, organization, or community, click here.

At a time of uncertainty and chaos, Days of Gratitude seeks to ground us in the moments that matter, help us count our blessings, and bless what really counts.

By marking these moments, we hope to become more attuned to the good around us and see ourselves as part of a more just, compassionate, and resilient world.

Days of Gratitude is free, and open to everyone! Days of Gratitude can also be experienced as a ‘curriculum’ that leaders, educators, and Rabbis can facilitate in their institutions.

You can participate in Days of Gratitude on your own, together with family and friends, within communities and organizations, and across the broader, global society.

Days of Gratitude is observed monthly on the following dates:

December | Tevet
Start to Notice
Sense the unseen and notice the unnoticed
13–15 December, 2020
Hanukkah
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January | Shevat
The Worlds Inside and Around You
Explore your internal and external environments
17–19 January, 2021
Tu B’Shevat
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February | Adar
Recognize Human Need
Show gratitude for what you have. Respond to what others don’t
14–16 February, 2021
Purim
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March | Nissan
Seek Freedom Through Strength
Access your freedom to support those still bound
14–16 March, 2021
Passover
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April | Iyar
Embrace Who We Are
Celebrate our people’s strength for the betterment of all
11–13 April, 2021
Yom Ha’Atzmaut
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Days of Gratitude culminates with a worldwide, weeklong event on:

May | Sivan
Count Your Blessings
The Seven-Day Gratitude Finale
12–18 May, 2021
Shavuot

Sign up as an individual here to receive your monthly Days of Gratitude activities.

To sign up as a partner organization to engage your communities in this initiative, click here.

To partner with us as a content partner organization (providing us with content featured in our daily activities), please contact info@gratitudedays.com.

Days of Gratitude was originally created and launched in Israel as “Aseret Yemei Todah” by Beit Prat — Israeli Midrasha.

It is powered by M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education, with support from the Jim Joseph Foundation, the Maimonides Fund, and the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation through The Jewish Community Response and Impact Fund.

Please contact us via info@gratitudedays.com and let us know so we can update our records accordingly.

After you submit your organization’s logo, it takes two business days for it to appear. If you still can’t see your logo, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email.

On each three-day gratitude experience, a new set of activities will be released daily. All previously released activities are available here. For more, subscribe here and stay tuned!

You are welcome to subscribe here, and follow us on social media to stay up-to-date. You can also add the dates to your calendar here.