JCRC of Greater Washington raising money, staffing up in wake of Oct. 7 and rising antisemitism
Executive Director Ron Halber tells eJP that responses to the attacks and the war have been a wake-up call: ‘If we don't learn from this, shame on us’
Israeli-American philanthropist wants U.S. Jewry to go to war with, not ‘handle,’ antisemitism
Yossie Hollander, who funds Holocaust education and other efforts to combat antisemitism, thinks the American Jewish leadership has for too long been ignoring the threat of far-left antisemitism and wants a new umbrella group to lead the fight against it
JFNA poll shows most American Jews plan to donate to war-related causes in Israel
Another survey shows that almost 90% of U.S. Jews heard about the March for Israel; participants came away feeling empowered, passionate, comforted and enthusiastic
Why some Jewish nonprofits stick with Giving Tuesday and others have given it up
Groups say the annual event offers an obvious chance to kick off end-of-year giving campaigns, while others eschew it to avoid getting lost in the crowd
Operation Falcon: A business-philanthropy partnership to get supplies where they’re needed on Israel’s home front
A mobility-focused VC, an Israeli health-tech investing firm, the Jewish Agency and FedEx teamed up to create a 'magic carpet,' getting aid from the U.S. to Israel
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