...financial due diligence can reduce risks of philanthropic giving by David Roth and Ardie Geldman Dollars are dear The ongoing economic crisis has made philanthropic dollars more precious. Demand for nonprofit programs and services and for the financial resources to … [Read more...] about Beware of Throwing Good Money After Bad
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On Tuesday, May 26th The Center for the Study of Philanthropy in Israel will hold a Conference at Mt. Scopus Campus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The conference will explore the connections between Philanthropy and Public Policy through four panels: Philanthropists … [Read more...] about Philanthropy and Public Policy Conference at Hebrew U.
The Professional Leaders Project (PLP) has opened applications for two programs, LiveNetworks 2009 and ThinkTank4. A Los Angeles based initiative working nationally, PLP is an entrepreneurial non-profit working with a hand-selected and diverse group of Jewish Professionals and … [Read more...] about Professional Leaders Project Accepting Applications for 2009 Programs
by Alan Kravitz When I was in London recently, I noticed something odd whenever I crossed a busy street. I’d look down, and there, in humongous bold letters, would be painted signs warning me to LOOK LEFT or LOOK RIGHT. How strange, I thought. Don’t the good people of this cit … [Read more...] about Is Your Website Well Directed?
The Jewish Week is out with their second list of three dozen young Jews retooling Jewish life in New York. Some of the names are ones you'd expect. Others, dark horses. from The Jewish Week Much has been written in these pages and elsewhere about the concern over younger … [Read more...] about Lists, Lists and More Lists: Take 2