This past year has been a dramatic one for most non-profit organizations, and professional staff members and volunteer leaders have learned a great deal about sustaining their organizations during the last 12-14 months. At the same time this most unusual period has enabled the … [Read more...] about The Lessons of 2009 Are Guides for 2010
Archives for December 2009
It has been an especially grueling year for anyone who works in the news industry - maybe even more so for those who work for Jewish newspapers in communities all across the country. As Gary Rosenblatt, editor and publisher of The Jewish Week, put it in his column this past … [Read more...] about 2010: The Tipping Point for Jewish Newspapers?
Robert Lappin, the Massachusetts real-estate mogul and philanthropist, has been named one of The Boston Globe’s Bostonians of the Year for restoring his employees’ retirement funds after they were decimated by Bernard Madoff’s fraud. Mr. Lappin and his family paid more than $5. … [Read more...] about Robert Lappin: Mr. Mensch
Gary Rosenblatt writing in The Jewish Week (an excerpt): The '00s: Variations On A Theme Of Trauma Some see this as a race between Birthright and assimilation. It is clear that the project is the community’s most dramatically successful Jewish identity program in m … [Read more...] about Gary Rosenblatt on The ’00s
from The Fundermentalist: Inside the Nextbook-JDub partnership ... when Nextbook, which publishes a series of high quality Jewish books and the online magazine Tablet, and JDub, the nonprofit Jewish record label, announced a strategic partnership last week, we saw what all … [Read more...] about Leveraging Relationships; Enhancing Mission