Become a Partner in JewishGen's Important Work! #JewishGenUpdates
As we prepare to usher in the High Holidays after a very challenging year for the world, we are ever mindful of JewishGen's vital and and important role in preserving Jewish family history and heritage.
Despite all of the operational challenges posed by Covid-19, we remained laser focused on our mission: We modernized our Discussion Group platform, secured our databases, upgraded our search experience, forged new partnerships, promoted JewishGen to new audiences, educated current audiences, translated Yizkor Books, and connected people throughout the world with information about their families and ancestral communities. Throughout it all, we added more than one million records, and have a number of significant improvements currently in process.
As Rosh Hashana marks the beginning of a new year, so too does it mark just the beginning of what JewishGen hopes to accomplish in the year ahead!
In addition to ongoing efforts, we are currently focused on significantly expanding our content acquisition efforts, and unveiling a new system which will allow data to be uploaded and made accessible to researchers more quickly than ever before. Finally, we are planning a major overhaul of the website, which will usher in a new phase of JewishGen's growth and development.
And this just scratches the surface!
We are working as hard as we possibly can - but we need your help to continue and to grow!
Please click here to make a donation in support of our Rosh Hashana Appeal, and become a true partner in JewishGen's important work today. A gift of any amount will make a real difference. Gifts of $100 or more will qualify for Value Added Services.
We appreciate your involvement, and look forward to a year ahead marked by good health, happiness, and only good things.
Shana Tovah, Happy New Year, and THANK YOU for being part of the JewishGen family.
Avraham Groll & The JewishGen Team
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I live in Florida but would like to hear A Groll talk. please advise how I can
take part in this webinar
On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 5:35 PM Avraham Groll <agroll@...> wrote: