Between the online popularity contests, and lists from publications large and small, this was only a matter of time: from Jewschool: Teh Jewschool Progressive 36ez I don’t begrudge all the earnest folks who do good work for the jooz. I even like when they are all named t … [Read more...] about Jewschool’s Very Own 36
Archives for November 2010
from The New York Times: Nonprofits Rush to Solicit Donations via Text, but the System Is Flawed The earthquake in Haiti was an “aha!” moment for nonprofits, demonstrating within hours the vast potential to raise money by text messaging. ... “If you want to communicate wi … [Read more...] about Nonprofits Face Challenges with Text Donations
from The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Election Will Bring Changes to Congressional Oversight of Nonprofits As voters prepare to head to the polls Tuesday, philanthropy experts are looking ahead to a new Congress that will probably shift the way it approaches legislation that … [Read more...] about Will the Elections Affect U.S. Nonprofits?
The Charles Bronfman Prize is now accepting nominations for the 2011 award cycle. The Prize celebrates the vision and endeavor of an individual or team of individuals, under fifty years of age, whose humanitarian work is of universal benefit to all people. Its goal is to bring … [Read more...] about The Charles Bronfman Prize Announces Call for Nominations
by Elana Sztokman The menu of the upcoming General Assembly is positively thrilling. The program is suffused with new faces, young leaders and creative energies. Academics, artists and activists are coming to converse about Jewish life and the Jewish future, each with his or … [Read more...] about Israeli Society Through the Lens of the GA