Charities In Distress: Governance and Standards of Care In Troubled Times by Christina M. Mason and Carolyn R. Caufield In times of economic hardship, non-profit organizations confront issues that are unique to their status. Like business entities, charities have … [Read more...] about Attorneys Advise Prudent Actions for Nonprofit Leaders
from Always Forward: Thoughts from Kadima's President: Shalhevet Closes Everything But High School This is a sad news. Yesterday, Shalevet, a nursery through high school, Modern Orthodox school, announced that it was closing everything but its high school. The press release … [Read more...] about Shalhevet Closes Everything But High School
As Shabbat concluded, so did The National Day of Unplugging. This story was published by The New York Times as Shabbat began here in Jerusalem. The video is from the same team that brought us The Tribe. A New Take on the Old Sabbath Ritual of Unplugging I am typing fast … [Read more...] about Did You Remember to Unplug?
During the fourth quarter of 2009, Rose Community Foundation awarded 151 grants totaling more than $4.5 million. Of this amount, $4,277,490 was awarded for 70 grants from Rose Community Foundation’s program areas to nonprofit organizations, government agencies and projects that s … [Read more...] about Rose Community Foundation Announces Grants
from Bloomberg.com: U.S. Sued Over SEC's 'Negligence' in Madoff's Fraud The U.S. was sued by a charity and two individual investors for alleged negligence by the Securities and Exchange Commission in failing to uncover Bernard Madoff’s fraud scheme. The Michael and Ruth S … [Read more...] about Foundation Sues SEC Over Madoff Negligence