By Dr. Mitchell Bard As reader of eJewish Philanthropy, you are probably one of the tens of millions of people who have used the Jewish Virtual Library without realizing this website is the work primarily of one person whose dedication to Jewish education has sustained it for … [Read more...] about Will Jews Lose Their Online Library?
Archives for October 2017
Natan is now accepting applications in four program areas. All of the necessary information about applying can be found on the How to Apply and Frequently Asked Questions pages of the Natan website. Please make sure to read the Request for Proposals for whichever grant area you … [Read more...] about Natan issues new Request for Proposals
By Eli Cohn-Postell These pages provide the best forum for following the evolution of Jewish communal thought on the philosophical goals of Israel education. For the longest time the assumption of our community (still held by many) was that we had to teach our students to love … [Read more...] about Israel: A Love Story?
By Scott Copeland Israel engagement is a messy venture. Good that smart, experienced colleagues and friends like Alex Sinclair and Shalom Orzach recently contributed their efforts to helping clarify the parameters and goals of the field in the pages of eJewishPhilanthropy. … [Read more...] about Israel Engagement: A Messy Venture
By Josh Gold I’m constantly amazed at how undervalued alumni relations are as a fundraising strategy. Some organizations completely overlook this fantastic asset, while others approach their alumni with half-hearted overtures and little to no planning. It seems to me that m … [Read more...] about 7 Videos You’ve Got to Make for Your Alumni