By David Cygielman Since its inception, Moishe House has always been engaged in Jewish work, but it has only been within the past five years that we have transitioned into a Jewish organization. And, it wasn’t until recently that I have begun to understand the transition we … [Read more...] about Transitioning from an Organization Doing Jewish Work to a Jewish Organization
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D.
Jewish communities are directly affected by external trends. While all of the data introduced here is generic to the future of California, these findings will significantly and directly impact the quality and well being of Golden State … [Read more...] about The New California Reality:
How Demographic Trends and Economic Forces Will Be Reshaping Jewish Life in the Golden State
By Stefanie Zelkind “Make one bunny ear, then another, cross them over ... nope, not like that. That’s okay. Take a breath and just start again.” It would have been much easier to tie my son’s shoes for him or suggest he wear his old sneakers with the Velcro closures. … [Read more...] about Going Slow to Go Fast
By Moshe Hecht It’s time to switch things up a bit. In keeping it “present,” this column will roll out a 4-part interview series, featuring some of the most unlikely, yet on-the-pulse, individuals, who are shifting the landscape with their fresh perspectives on the nonprofit … [Read more...] about A Conversation with “Mr Viral”: How Nonprofits Can Reach Viral Success
By Rabbi Hillel Adler Whether you work for a Jewish communal organization or provide funding for one, everyone is looking to make their project efficient and, of course, successful. Most agree that utilizing collaborative opportunities is a great way to achieve efficiency. But … [Read more...] about Efficiency, Collaboration and Altruism. Can All Three Concepts Work in Tandem?