Over the years, thousands of readers have shared how valuable the Berkshire Jewish Voice is to them and how much they enjoy this vibrant newspaper. During the coronavirus pandemic, the paper has served as a connecting point to the many voices and actions of compassion and strength within our community. As we move forward post-pandemic, the Berkshire Jewish Voice will be there to cover the growth and evolution of our Jewish community - plus, our Berkshire Jewish Summer guide will return in Spring 2022 after a two-year hiatus.
For 29 years, the Berkshire Jewish Voice has been delivered to you free of charge by depending on Federation campaign funds and advertising to cover the editorial, printing, delivery, and other costs of producing your paper. Again, this year, however, the paper has suffered a loss of advertising revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic. We need your help more than ever to remain a viable local news and information source into the future.
If you value the Berkshire Jewish Voice, please consider helping us. The support we receive from voluntary subscribers will help us continue to create a community paper we are all proud of.
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