Every year, Jews around the world gather at the seder table to retell the story of the Jewish Exodus from Egypt. While some still reach for the Maxwell House haggadah, increasingly people are personalizing their seders by developing custom versions. At the forefront of this movement is Haggadot.com, an online platform that allows people to curate and publish haggadahs.
This year, Haggadot.com has joined forces with the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Philanthropic Network to crowdsource a modern-day haggadah. Until the first night of Passover on March 25, individuals, groups and organizations are invited to contribute content to and download “The Neverending Haggadah.”
“Our group collaboration tool is a new feature on Haggadot.com that we are excited to share just in time for Passover,” says Eileen Levinson, an artist who founded haggadot.com in 2011. “It allows multiple users to subscribe and contribute to one collaborative haggadah. To pilot this new technology, we are reaching out to partners, friends and allies around the world.” — ejewish philanthropy