by Theresa Schieber and Adam Gaynor Increasingly, nonprofits that seek to improve their financial sustainability and minimize their reliance on private philanthropy are taking a page from the social enterprise playbook, and looking for ways to develop or enhance earned revenue … [Read more...] about Raising Impact Capital: Designing a Fundraising Strategy for Your Social Enterprise
Archives for April 2013
Parents Choose Other Parents: Giving Prospective Parents a Taste of the Jewish Day School Community by Irene Lehrer Sandalow and Miriam Brosseau When I pick a coffee shop to spend several hours getting in some uninterrupted work time, I look not only for great coffee but … [Read more...] about Giving Prospective Parents a Taste of the Jewish Day School Community
What can schools and synagogues learn from the successes of tefilah education at camp? Or, How did camp help me become a praying Jew? [ReFrame, an initiative of the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary, strengthens … [Read more...] about What Can Schools and Synagogues Learn From the Successes of Tefilah Education at Camp?
by Ken Gordon Friends: Today I got schooled - by a fifth grader. A fifth grader. You see, I’m parked at edJEWcon in Jacksonville, Florida, and I’m feeling more than a little woozy - and not just because I woke up at 4 a.m. this morning or that it’s the end of a very in … [Read more...] about All the Rest Is Commentary: Getting Schooled by a Day Schooler
For the first time, ROI will welcome members hailing from Bulgaria, New Zealand, Rwanda, Morocco and Korea to its annual Summit After a highly competitive application process, 150 young, innovative Jewish entrepreneurs from around the world were announced today as participants … [Read more...] about ROI Community Announces 2013 Summit Participants