By Beth deBeer and Avi Deutsch Judaism is widely acknowledged for regulating every aspect of human life, including food, shelter, sex, rest, etc. Can it possibly have nothing to say about how we invest our money? True, there is nothing obvious about the idea of investing with … [Read more...] about So, What Exactly is Investing with Jewish Values?
Archives for December 2016
The FJC’s “Mishpacha” Orphanage and Children’s home in Odessa, Ukraine celebrated the opening of its new home last week. The reconstructed 4-story building hosts a dormitory for the home’s 52 girls on the upper floor, while the other three floors are used for the Jewish elementar … [Read more...] about Odessa Orphanage Celebrates a New Home
Repair the World is now accepting applications for the Repair the World Fellowship in Detroit, New York City, Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh. The Fellowship is from August 14, 2017-July 12, 2018. Applications are being accepted until January 31, 2017, and then will open again with Ma … [Read more...] about Applications Open: 2017-2018 Repair the World Fellowship
Si3 is an exciting new UJIA initiative to provide social impact investment in Israel as a different form of repayable financing for organisations delivering social change. Alongside their existing and ongoing grant work in Israel, these investments will enable UJIA to leverage … [Read more...] about UJIA is launching Si3 – a new Social Impact Investment Initiative
By Tehilah Eisenstadt and Mark S. Young When was the last time you were part of a job interview process, either as the candidate or the employer, and the question was asked, “What is your current salary?” Have you ever thought about the rationale behind this question? We liv … [Read more...] about Let Us Not Ask about Current Salary, We Should Not Care: A Concrete Step for the Jewish sector to Move Towards Pay Equity