By No'a Gorlin In 2016, we were gearing up to host our 10th ROI Summit - our annual gathering that welcomes new members into ROI Community. We knew a lot about our network, which was, by this point, more than 1,000 members strong. Through regular correspondence with our Community Manager, and via “update your info campaigns,” many ROI members kept us in the loop about their latest places of work and residence, notable milestones and … [Read more...] about Data May Tell
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"People Who Usually Don't Lecture - a project of Ze.Ze which plays to sold-out crowds of thousands in Tel Aviv - has expanded globally through the support of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Grassroots Events Program! Five teams spearheaded by members of the ROI Community from Buenos Aires, San Francisco, Ashkelon, Pardes Chana, and New York City traveled to Tel Aviv to be trained to run local editions of the event. The final event - in … [Read more...] about “People Who Usually Don’t Lecture” Premiers in New York City
The Collaboratory - co-produced by UpStart and ROI Community - is the largest annual gathering of Jewish community visionaries, innovators, and catalyzers of change in North America. This year, The Collaboratory is tackling the theme The Art of Risk-Taking with opportunities to: Hear from the best, including this year's keynote, renowned nonprofit thought leader and humorist Vu Le of Nonprofit AF. Grow your network at the premiere … [Read more...] about The Collaboratory 2018 is now accepting requests for invitations!
Natan is now accepting applications in four program areas. All of the necessary information about applying can be found on the How to Apply and Frequently Asked Questions pages of the Natan website. Please make sure to read the Request for Proposals for whichever grant area you plan to apply for. All applicants must have operating budgets below $1.5 million. Confronting Antisemitism Natan’s Confronting Antisemitism grants … [Read more...] about Natan issues new Request for Proposals
By Maayan Hoffman eJewish Philanthropy Gidi Grinstein, president and founder of Reut Institute, describes Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM) as a “phenomenal, societal gift by the Jewish community to broader society.” In July, the majority of nearly 9,000 voters gave some big thumbs up to Grinstein’s assertion, selecting TOM as the winner of UJA Federation of New York’s “Shape Your Jewish New York” competition. As the winner, TOM receives a $250,000 … [Read more...] about Riding the Tiger: Tikkun Olam Makers to Shape Jewish NY with First-of-its-Kind, Permanent TOM Community