Johanna Matloff was quoted in the Jewish Journal article “Journal launches $200,000 Epstein-Litchman fundraising campaign,” which was published on March 11, 2021. The article discusses how philanthropists Arthur J. Epstein and Bryna Litchman inspired The Jewish Journal to begin an unprecedented $200,000 fundraising campaign to help sustain the publication for the future. The married couple has generously agreed to donate $100,000 to the Journal if the publication can raise $200,000 by July 15, 2021.
From the article:
“Arthur and Bryna’s generosity has truly inspired us to think about how we can do more to inform, educate, and connect our community, to strengthen the ties that keep us together, and to reach more readers who share our love of the Jewish North Shore,’ said Johanna Matloff, president of the Journal’s Board of Overseers. “Their gift, along with the community’s support, will provide not only the financial security we need to sustain our mission but also to allow us to be there for our readers in even more ways, whether that be through enhancements to our website, or providing breaking-news coverage to expose acts of anti-Semitism, or reaching more members of our community and others who have an interest in it through social media. Steve Rosenberg and the Journal’s staff have done a tremendous job keeping us informed and connected, and I know that, with this gift, the Journal will be able to have an even greater impact.”
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