Keshet, the leading national organization working for the full equality and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Jews in Jewish life, is now accepting nominations for the 2nd annual Landres Courage for Dignity Award, expressing the commitment of Dr.Peter … [Read more...] about Accepting Nominations: Landres Courage for Dignity Award
Archives for May 2015
By Alina Dain Sharon JNS.org As much as campers (and their parents from afar) would like to focus exclusively on fun in the sun this summer, upticks in anti-Semitism and attacks on Jewish institutions around the world mean that security at Jewish camps should be a top concern … [Read more...] about Amid Current Threats, Re-evaluating Security at Jewish Summer Camps
By Dottie Bennett I recently attended a gathering in DC hosted by Moishe House, a pluralistic, international organization that enables young adults in their 20s to provide meaningful Jewish experiences for their peers. The evening included a passionate conversation about the … [Read more...] about Get it Together: Young Adults and the Future of Your Organization
While you may have really good reasons for taking advantage of filing extensions, it may affect that "professionally-run-organization" perception that you want/need to project. By Natasha Dresner Most tax-exempt organizations that operate on the calendar fiscal year are … [Read more...] about For Nonprofit Organizations, filing Annual IRS Returns can Benefit your Mission
By Judy Mars Kupchan and Rabbi Johnny Solomon Among the voices of dread about the future of the Jews in Europe is one remarkable prophet whose focus is not politics or Anti-Semitism but an opportunity that is at stake. According to Barbara Lerner Spectre, “a dramatic r … [Read more...] about Can Online Study Impact Jewish Learning in Europe?