Dan Pallotta writing in Harvard Business Publishing Why Nonprofits Should Invest More in Advertising This weekend the main sections of the New York Times and the Daily News contained big ads for Hummer, T-Mobile, AT&T, Macy's, Bloomingdales, and a host of electronics … [Read more...] about Bloomingdales is Also Your Competition
Archives for May 2009
More than 700 Jewish leaders, volunteers, and students from nations throughout Latin America and the Caribbean gathered in Cartagena, Columbia, in early May 2009 for this year’s General Assembly (GA). Organized by JDC ever 2-3 years, this most recent gathering provided a welcome o … [Read more...] about JDC Leadership Program Helps Locals Shape their Jewish Future in Latin America
Professor Peter Frumkin speaking yesterday at Hebrew University's International Conference on: "The Role of Philanthropy in the Formulation of Public Policy": The Foundation of Legitimacy Strategy Funders want to be seen as legitimate. Funders can't be legitimate without … [Read more...] about What Makes Philanthropy Legitimate?
Tamar Snyder writing in The New York Jewish Week PresenTense Keeps Foot On The Gas Pedal While Jewish nonprofits are largely scaling back their budgets and slashing programming, PresenTense, which was launched four years ago, is a rarity in the sense that it’s still p … [Read more...] about Welcome to the Present and Future Tense
Ellen Frankel, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of The Jewish Publication Society of America, delivered the following remarks at the recent Commencement ceremony for the Hornstein Program in Jewish Professional Leadership. Dr. Frankel also received this year's Bernard Reisman Award for … [Read more...] about Each One of You Can Make a Genuine Difference