By Sid Schwarz For people who care deeply about the State of Israel, the future of the Jewish people or about the prospects for peace in the world, the twentieth anniversary of the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin provided much to think about. People of my generation readily … [Read more...] about Yitzhak Rabin: Reflections on Loss, Despair and Hope
Archives for November 2015
By Yaron Marcus If you work for a Jewish nonprofit organization in any marketing, fundraising or PR related capacity, you’ve probably tried or at least considered using Google’s Ad Grants. For those not familiar with this program, it’s basically a free credit provided by Googl … [Read more...] about Google Grants for Nonprofits. What’s their True Value?
Globes is reporting that "Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, which continues to formally serve as the owner of the Jerusalem medical centers in Ein Kerem and Mount Scopus, is raising its take on donations to the hospitals. To date, Hadassah has taken 8% for o … [Read more...] about Hadassah WZOA Significantly Increases Overhead Charge on Donations
Giving circles, groups who pool donations and decide together which causes to support, are a powerful tool for providing anyone - at any age, in any place, at any giving level - with access to an exciting, intentional giving experience. Giving circle members learn and do … [Read more...] about eBook Available: Launching and Sustaining a Successful Jewish Giving Circle
The Melton Centre of Jewish Education (Hebrew University in Jerusalem) is launching a new distance learning Masters degree track. Taught entirely in English, the program offers students from around the world the chance to earn a Masters degree in Jewish education in just one … [Read more...] about Hebrew University’sMelton Centre launches Distance Learning M.A. in Jewish Education