from The Jerusalem Post: The business of philanthropy “Philanthropy needs to be run like a business, it’s not just about feeling good that you have just given half a million dollars to a worthy cause, but rather about figuring out how best to leverage the dollars that you ha … [Read more...] about Jeff Farber on The Business of Philanthropy
from Kivi's Nonprofit Communication Blog: You’re Kidding, Right? Lessons in Blogger Relations Jeff Brooks at Future Fundraising Now is hosting the next Nonprofit Blog Carnival with an April Fool’s theme, so I decided to share with you those times during my week when I am mos … [Read more...] about Will You Do My Job for Me?
So, what makes a successful social entrepreneur? In his book “How to Change the World,” David Bornstein disputes the common assumption that highly successful entrepreneurs are more confident and persistent than most others. Instead, he found that what distinguishes successful s … [Read more...] about Qualities of Successful Social Entrepreneurs
The RCA, the rabbinic arm of the Orthodox Union, is the latest recipient of the "Golden Razzie" - awarded as needed to any organization lacking transparency in a big way. Why you may ask does the Rabbinical Council deserve this questionable accolade: they have banned the media … [Read more...] about The Big Razzie Goes to Rabbinical Council of America
Jewish Agency hopes British decision to take in Jews marks victory over anti-Israel haredi elements interested in absorbing them in US. from YNetnews.com: 200 Yemeni Jews to immigrate to UK The 200 Jews living in Yemen under tight security will immigrate to Britain … [Read more...] about Yemen’s Jews to Immigrate to U.K.