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One Very Good Reason to Support Kveller

Kveller.com depends on donations from people like you to cover 85% of its operating budget. This High Holiday season, we’ll be highlighting some of the voices of the Kveller community and asking for your support.

I stumbled upon Kveller shortly after my conversion to Judaism and the birth of my first child. I didn’t know how to instill a strong Jewish identity in my son, while still just discovering my own. What I needed more than anything was a textbook on how to be a Jewish wife and mother but what I found on Kveller were loving and diverse examples of how to do both imperfectly, with a faithful heart.

You, the readers of this site, have congratulated me on my conversion and encouraged me on my faith journey. You stood beside me when I shared my struggle with postpartum anxiety and cried with me when I miscarried.

Together, the writers and readers of Kveller have built a Jewish community from the comfort of our own homes, in a click when we need it the most, or when we simply have the time and desire to be part of something bigger.

I hope something we’ve written has inspired you as well, perhaps it’s inspired you enough to make a donation so that we can keep on sharing, and growing and building a community of Jewish parents in a supportive and loving online environment.

Kveller is a project of MyJewishLearning, Inc., a non-profit organization. Help make a difference by making a tax-deductible donation today so we can continue to provide a community for parents like Tamara.



Tamara Reese

Tamara Reese, MPH, CHES is a stay-at-home Mama and consultant in the field of Maternal and Child Health. She is a contributing editor to Kveller and her work has been published in academic journals, La Leche League USA, Brain, Child Magazine and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Tamara lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, two boys and ginger-baby daughter. Her passions include child injury prevention, gentle parenting, and breastfeeding advocacy. #YouAreAGoodMama

The opinions expressed here are the personal views of the author. Comments are moderated, so use your inside voices, keep your hands to yourself, and no, we're not interested in herbal supplements.

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