The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York has released a salary review of what nonprofit organizations pay their senior professionals, by budget size. Average Salaries at New York Metropolitan Area Groups in 2010. Interesting reading. … [Read more...] about How Does Your Pay Compare?
by Shuey Fogel Obtaining government funding seems to be every nonprofit’s goal, at least in Israel. I have heard countless lecturers, founders, and foundation representatives preach the Darwinian virtues of incorporating government grants into an Israeli charity’s fundraising s … [Read more...] about Israeli Government Grants: The Broken Promised Land
Moishe House and Birthright Israel NEXT, leading organizations in Jewish young adult engagement, are joining forces to bring the successful Birthright Israel NEXT Shabbat program to the 20 U.S.-based Moishe Houses. “With over 70,000 participants, The Birthright Israel NEXT S … [Read more...] about Birthright Israel NEXT and Moishe House Enter into National Shabbat Partnership
by Melvyn H. Bloom In “What I’ve Learned About Raising Money From Jews,” my friend Bob Aronson writes about a particular kind of fund raising. It is an approach that accurately describes the methods used in the past and possibly still being used by Jewish Federations. But Bob … [Read more...] about Jewish and Federation Fund Raising Are Not Synonymous
UJA-Federation of New York’s J-1-1 Information and Referral Center connects people to High Holiday services by referring them to local synagogues that are open to nonmembers during the holiday season. Those in need of a synagogue to observe the High Holidays, including Rosh H … [Read more...] about UJA-Federation NY Connects Community to High Holiday Services