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Second place award in Division VI Pennsylvania Newspaper Association Newspaper of the Year Competition

Front row: Ronit Treatman, Adena Potok, Rabbi Goldie Milgram, Bonnie Squires, Hannah Lee. Back row: John Oliver Mason, Dan Loeb, Eric Smolen, Prof. Perry Dane.

The Pennsylvania Newspaper Association recognized the Philadelphia Jewish Voice’s achievements in their 2011 Newspaper of the Year Competition. The Philadelphia Jewish Voice was awarded second place in Division VI. As a free online volunteer-based community newspaper, we are proud to have bested competitors which have full-time staff funded by their paid subscribers.

The Philadelphia Jewish Voice is an online, non-profit, volunteer-based community newspaper serving the Philadelphia Jewish Community since 2005. We are dedicated to addressing the important social, political and cultural issues facing our community in a spirit of honesty, integrity and diversity.

While our competitors can rely on subscription and ad revenue, we depend on the good will and support of our readers. The Philadelphia Jewish Voice is organized pursuant to Pennsylvania’s non-profit corporation law. We have tax exempt status under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3) – EIN #20-3134867. Contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. To pay by credit card or Paypal, click on the button below:

or send a check to: Eric Smolen, Treasurer, The Philadelphia Jewish Voice, 327 Pembroke Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. Email: treasurer@pjvoice.org.

You can also help support The Philadelphia Jewish Voice by advertising your synagogue, school, business or product with us. You can target our numerous readers with inexpensive online ads.

The Philadelphia Jewish Voice‘s writers conduct extensive research and analysis in order to provide relevant, meaningful content that has engaged and informed our readers since our start in 2005. We are dedicated to addressing the important social, political and cultural issues facing our community in a spirit of honesty, integrity and diversity.

Editorial Policy

The Philadelphia Jewish Voice welcomes the submission of articles. Material should be submitted to the appropriate section editor or to the editor in chief.

We cannot publish every submission we receive. Unless specified otherwise in writing, we reserve the right to edit the material we publish for length, clarity, grammar, accuracy and style, though we will never intentionally distort the author’s intent.

Authors are encouraged to read our guidelines for submissions.

Material published in The Philadelphia Jewish Voice represents the views of the author, and does not necessarily represent the views of The Philadelphia Jewish Voice, its board, or its publisher.

Copyright

Copyright The Philadelphia Jewish Voice 2005–2016: Permission is hereby granted to redistribute these articles therein in their full original form provided these same rights are conveyed to the reader and a link to the original is provided.