A Jewish magazine for teens is offering up to 1,500 free three-year subscriptions for readers in the San Francisco area thanks to support from a local Jewish foundation. In partnership with the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund, Bay Area teens will receive JVibe, which aims to strengthen Jewish identity among 12-18 year-olds. “We’re very excited about this gift from the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund,” said Lindsey Silken, JVibe senior co-editor. “They’ve really helped us to get where we are and we’re thrilled that they’re continuing to support our efforts and enabling JVibe to get into the hands of San Francisco Bay Area teens.”JVibe, a product of JFL Media in Newton, Mass., has 13,000 subscribers.
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