The Hadassah Foundation, which invests in social change to empower girls and women in Israel and the United States, has given $300,000 in grants to 20 Israeli organizations that enhance economic opportunities for women in Israel. The Foundation is a philanthropic pioneer in … [Read more...] about The Hadassah Foundation Awards $300,000 in Grants to Israeli Organizations
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By Jonathan Mirvis Those who aspire to fill senior positions in the field of Jewish education, often face a difficult dilemma. Should they choose to do an MA degree within the field of Jewish Education or should they choose to specialize in Non-Profit Management. An MA in … [Read more...] about Hebrew University offers MA in Non-Profit Management and Leadership with a specialization in Jewish Education
The Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice has announced that political leaders from more than a dozen European and North American countries will come together to fight anti-Semitism as they take part in the 2015 Solidarity Sabbath. The event is an international … [Read more...] about European and US Leaders Join Solidarity Sabbath against Anti-Semitism
[The following article is offered as a partnership between eJP and Clal’s CLI program. The Clergy Leadership Incubator (CLI) is a two-year program to support and encourage early career congregational rabbis in the areas of innovative thinking, change management and institutional t … [Read more...] about Six Faces of Synagogue Success
It is the rare Israel nonprofit that develops a model of partnership in which the donor participates in making the decisions that have an impact on the planning and implementation of the supported programs. By Stephen G. Donshik Jewish professionals and volunteer leaders … [Read more...] about Israeli Nonprofits and Diaspora Funders and Donors: Is An Authentic Partnership Possible?