By Dr. Steve Weitz At its best, the synagogue is a sacred space and a spiritual home for all who enter its doors, a place in which everyone in the community - members, lay leaders, clergy, and professional staff - acts according to Jewish values. However, when individuals … [Read more...] about 5 Things To Do When Developing Your Congregational Code of Ethics
An unprecedented survey of American Jews conducted by the American Jewish Committee reveals deep concern about antisemitism in the United States and widespread fear that it is increasing. The findings from the AJC survey - the largest and most comprehensive ever on the subject … [Read more...] about AJC Survey of American Jews Reveals Deep Concern About Rising Antisemitism in U.S.
By Tony Proscio Zalman Chaim Bernstein, entrepreneur, financier, philanthropist, master of research, lover of books, seeker after knowledge, violator of norms, died on January 6, 1999, at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, of complications from lymphoma. He … [Read more...] about Donor Intent: The Legacy of Zalman Chaim Bernstein
By Noy Anisman, Jonah Eisen, Lauren Hayat, and Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D. (Noy, Jonah & Lauren) As student board members at UCLA’s Hillel, we had the idea of launching a student networking night. While we had students who were interested, we lacked the network of p … [Read more...] about How to Create a Student Networking Night in 10 Hours or Less: A Case Study and Guide
The Jewish Values Tool Kit, a collaboration between Morgan Stanley’s Investing with Impact and Philanthropy Management groups, is designed to enable Morgan Stanley’s Financial Advisors to guide their clients in creating investment and strategic grant making portfolios that are … [Read more...] about Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Introduces New Tool Kit to Effectively Integrate Jewish Values into Charitable Giving and Investing Strategies