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Ask not what JWA can do for you...

The Jewish Women's Archive is in the running for a Jewish Choice Award from GreatNonProfits, an online directory of non-profits where users can rate and review their favorite (or least favorite) organizations. Think of it as the "Yelp" of non-profits. The Jewish Choice Award will go to the Jewish organization with the most positive reviews in its category.

How would you rate your experience with JWA? Have you used our encyclopedia, lesson plans, oral history tools, or other online resources? Have you enjoyed learning about the role of Jewish women in the Feminist Revolution, or the Jewish community's experience of Hurricane Katrina?  What about the 18 trailblazing Jewish women profiled in Women of Valor, or contemporary activists in Women Who Dared? Are you a regular reader of this blog? Do you enjoy it as much as we do?

Please take a minute to spread the word about JWA by writing a short review on GreatNonProfits. The deadline to submit a review is October 31st.

Thank you. What we do is made possible by what you do. 

How to cite this page

Berkenwald, Leah. "Ask not what JWA can do for you...." 21 October 2009. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on September 15, 2014) <http://jwa.org/blog/jewish-choice-awards>.

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