By Liam Hoare eJewish Philanthropy The town of Arlon in the French-speaking part of Belgium, near the border with Luxembourg, is home to a small Jewish community with around fifty members whose roots can be traced back to the twelfth century. Their synagogue, built in the … [Read more...] about How An Attempt To Save a Synagogue in Belgium Led To Jewish-Muslim Cooperation
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By Rachel Sagan Generosity is arguably a human trait that comes naturally. However, to truly realize your generosity potential, it needs to be continually exercised and strengthened. Generosity involves sharing our time, our treasure, our possessions and our passions. … [Read more...] about Four Ways to Strengthen Your Generosity Muscle
By Shayna Punam Where do I begin? Let me start with this. This is only my opinion. I am only one person. And what I have to say may not sit well with many people. Most would never write such an article. But I feel compelled to share. We just completed Rosh Hashanah and Yom … [Read more...] about With the High Holidays – Where do I Begin?
How gender differences in income affect where couples give, women's and men’s differing motivations for giving, and who supports causes aimed at helping women and girls are among the issues addressed in new research just released by the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the Ind … [Read more...] about Gender Differences in Income Affect where Couples Give