Welcome to eJewishPhilanthropy.com, a resource dedicated to educating and advancing the use of the Internet in the world of Jewish Philanthropy.
Today marks a conclusion, but also a beginning and a continuation.
A conclusion of almost a year, connecting and learning from many friends and colleagues on how best to proceed. Valuable suggestions have come from so many to bring us to where we are today, a beginning. As we look to the future, eJewishPhilanthropy.com has ambitious plans; this will be our continuation. We invite you to visit us frequently as we share helpful tips on using the Internet to advance the causes we are all dedicated to.
We also plan to keep you updated on the latest happenings in our global Jewish community, introduce you to the scores of mostly young activists and volunteers along with their exciting new programs and create a library of non-profit resources.
What began as the genesis of an idea, assisting Anglo-Israeli non-profits enhance their mission through the strategic use of the Internet, has taken on a powerful life of its own. We invite you to join us, get involved and …
Connect. Educate. Innovate.
While we are just now formally launching our new website, scroll down and read about our experiences at the recently concluded GA and the impact of the NextGen at this annual event. How did the UJC embrace this demographic? You can be the judge.
The founder and conceptualizer of eJewishPhilanthropy.com, Dan Brown, is an experienced marketing professional in both the public and private sectors. While challenging organizations to think outside their comfort zone, he has helped bring new products to market and establish strategic relationships worldwide.
Dan has long been involved, both locally and nationally (U.S.), in the Jewish communal world. Currently residing in Jerusalem, he is the immediate past Director of the American Friends of the WUJS Institute, a ‘Member of the Assembly’ of the Jewish Agency and an active member of the cutting edge CreativeZionism community.