Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
The National Jewish Memorial Wall recently re-launched its Web site (NJMW.org) to coincide with recent partnerships and integration with Jewish National Fund (JNF) and others.
The brand-new site features a fresh, streamlined design that allows users to more seamlessly navigate – and commemorate their loved ones. Among the core services and products available are free email Yahrzeit (annual) reminders and memory pages, and following NJMW’s partnership with JNF, everyone now has the opportunity to plant a tree in Israel to memorialize family, friends and loved ones. Most notable and unique is the ability to create a memorial plaque online, store photos and share stories with friends and family with Judaism and heritage top of mind.
“Users have always been able preserve memories of their families,” says Michael Schimmel, founder and CEO of NJMW. “But now, as we say on the site, ‘Remembering is easier,’ and there’s even more to come in 2014.”
Since launching in September 2012, NJMW.org has also joined forces with MyJewishLearning.com, the Mission of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation (GMJF) and the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), which operates ReformJudaism.org.
The National Jewish Memorial Wall (NJMW.org) is a memory-sharing platform dedicated to honoring, commemorating, and engaging family and friends through the sharing of stories, pictures, memories and more. We are the place to store all your pictures that are tucked away in drawers, under the bed or in storage bins and tell the stories that go with them so that the entire family and close friends can see, comment, and share stories about those in the pictures enriching each of your lives.
About National Jewish Memorial Wall
NJMW.org (National Jewish Memorial Wall) focuses on bringing modern methods to traditional Jewish rituals. Our site is a fusion of today's digital photo sharing and family history preserving websites. It is a widely observed Jewish Tradition to commemorate the passing of a relative or loved one on the walls within a synagogue. We recognize that families and friends live all over the world and may not belong to a synagogue, which can make the commemoration process difficult. NJMW.org offers a destination where friends and family can gather in one place, help users record their family story and respectfully celebrate the lives of the ones no longer with us.