A few links of interest to themes on our blog: A birthday gift Of the $1 billion a year in Jewish philanthropy, how much do you think goes to advertise in the mainstream media the numerous contributions Israel makes to humanity? Virtually zero. Hasbara 2.0 (beware of … [Read more...] about Around Our Jewish World
Archives for May 2008
U.S. Internet users viewed 11.5 billion online videos during the month, representing a 13% gain versus February and a 64% gain versus March 2007. Google owned sites once again ranked as the top U.S. video property with more than 4.3 billion videos viewed (38 percent share of all … [Read more...] about Online Videos Viewed Jumps 13 Percent
One of the primary objectives of eJewish Philanthropy is to introduce our readers, and the broader community, to the many exciting and dynamic endeavors taking place and spearheaded by a new generation of communal innovators. One of the programs we feel very strongly about is … [Read more...] about Creative Zionism, take 2
As most of you know, the Jewish Funders Network held their recent conference here in Jerusalem. Due to pressure from the participating Israeli philanthropists, all sessions were closed; no press releases or other information were issued. When I inquired following the conference … [Read more...] about Sunshine at the JFN?
It is with great pleasure eJewish Philanthropy welcomes this guest post by Dr. Lucy Bernholz. I recently participated in a discussion about risk and innovation in Jewish philanthropy at the JFN iJew conference. I also serve on the advisory board of a project called the … [Read more...] about Improving Marketplace(s) for Social Ideas