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8th Night for Ethan

December 23, 2014

Eighth Night for Ethan was a huge success!  Thank you to everyone who participated around the world on the 8th Night of Hanukkah in honor of Ethan!


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“Ethan Fought To Live, Now Ethan Is Fighting To Get His Life Back.”


Media Advisory

December 16, 2014



Contact: Jen Smilg



What: Eighth Night for Ethan…is an annual fundraising event to help support Ethan Kadish, who suffered a severe brain injury from a lightning strike at summer camp.


When: Ongoing through December 23, 2014, the Eighth Night of Chanukah


Who: Individuals, Communities and Corporations are invited to donate and participate via social media.


How: Share the event flyer and #8NE2 through online social media, and donate directly at in honor of Ethan Kadish .


Watch: Watch and Share this video for more information on Eighth Night for Ethan…One Year Later


Ethan’s Story:


On June 29, 2013, at URJ Goldman Union Camp Institute, a summer camp near Indianapolis, Ethan Kadish was teaching a small group of his peers how to play Ultimate Frisbee when a bolt of lightning out of a clear blue sky struck him to the ground.  Everything changed for Ethan in that one moment.  He suffered a severe brain injury as a result of the lightning strike.  

Today, Ethan still has a long road ahead of him.  He has an extensive daily schedule of different therapies seven days per week — all designed to help him reestablish basic sensory connections within his brain. Ethan requires nursing care, receives all of his nutrition through a feeding tube, and needs a wheelchair to get around.  He is unable to speak or move independently.  Costs of his care exceed $100,000 annually.

The Kadish Family is working directly with,  a nonprofit which engages communities in fundraising to help patients and families ease the financial burden of a medical crisis.  All contributions are tax-deductible, are held by HelpHOPELive in the Great Lakes Catastrophic Injury Fund and are administered by HelpHOPELive for injury-related expenses only. Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Ethan's fundraising campaign.

Families are encouraged to donate to HelpHOPELive in lieu of a gift exchange on the 8th night of Chanukah, December 23rd, and to light their eighth candle in Ethan’s honor.  Post your photos on Twitter with  #8NE2 and Join Team Ethan – Facebook.  Read more about  Team Ethan. Join us online and dedicate your Eighth Night to Ethan.



December 23, 2014
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