The Other Side of the Coin: The Ethical Responsibilities of Donors The ethical obligations of resource development professionals is a well examined topic, but what about the ethical responsibilities of donors and funders towards the agencies they support? Yes, donors have … [Read more...] about The Ethical Responsibilities of Donors
Archives for May 2012
Excerpted from: My life in Shanghai: The memories we took with us by Harry Todtenkopf edited by Howard Kleinmann First of all, I would like to warn you: If you are expecting me to deliver a learned treatise about Chinese culture and the various dynasties, you will be … [Read more...] about My Life in Shanghai
Payments in Lieu of Taxes: Necessary Evil or Unfair Imposition? by Robert I. Evans and Avrum D. Lapin Today’s continued economic uncertainty has prompted bold actions by local governments as they struggle to secure necessary income while faced with substantial budget s … [Read more...] about Payments in Lieu of Taxes
from JewishJournal.com: Can millions of dollars power a new kind of community? The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angles - historically unhip and not so youthful - is setting its sights on investing millions of dollars in centers of innovation ... in hopes of generating … [Read more...] about Is the L.A. Federation Becoming Hip?
from HollywoodReporter.com: Hollywood's Hottest $150 Million Project Is an 83-Year-Old Synagogue There are a number of synagogues central to Jewish life at the loftiest reaches of the entertainment business - Temple Israel, Leo Baeck and Stephen S. Wise among them - but … [Read more...] about A $150m. Synagogue Renovation is Underway