Download Specific POP Study Presentations

We've broken our findings down for you by area and key topics. Click below to view specific presentations.

Gloucester County

The Jewish population of Gloucester County is concentrated in Swedesboro and Woodbury/Hts – with smaller pockets in Glassboro, Mullica Hill, and Thorofare. Click to learn more.

Camden County

The Jewish population of Camden County clusters in three towns – Cherry Hill, Voorhees, Haddonfield. Click to learn more.

Burlington County

The Jewish population of Burlington County clusters along the Camden County border – in Marlton, Mt. Laurel, and Moorestown – with smaller pockets in Medford, Riverside, and Mt. Holly. Click to learn more.

Jewish Identity, Engagement & Education

The data presents a picture of a vibrant Jewish community in Southern New Jersey… where opportunities for change exist that, when properly made, will serve to strengthen and ensure community continuity for the foreseeable future. Click to learn more.

Special Needs

There is a measurable presence of individuals with special needs in the Jewish community – across the range of ages, geographies and disabilities- and a number of areas for expansion and communal action. Click to learn more about special needs in our community.


Seniors are engaged in the community in many ways –observing rituals and traditions, supporting Jewish institutions, learning with others, volunteering, and more. Click to learn more about our senior population.