The Economy and Fund Raising: What's Next The Chronicle of Philanthropy's Index shows that the economic conditions that most affect fund raising barely improved in the second quarter of 2010, a sign that donations will continue to be hard to attract. … [Read more...] about The Fundraising Outlook: What’s Next
from The New York Times: Pledging Fortunes Takes Extra Effort in Shaky Recovery Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates gave billionaires a jolt of positive publicity last week with the unveiling of the Giving Pledge - a promise by 40 individuals and couples to donate at … [Read more...] about What Should We Make of the Giving Pledge?
Today, Limmud FSU returns to WestHampton, New York and we'll be live-streaming the event right here! Bookmark this page, and join us from for some of the more interesting topics, including for example, the presentation of astronaut Garrett Reisman, and session panels with … [Read more...] about Limmud FSU WestHampton Live!
Pablo Laufer is a judge who specializes in criminal cases in Buenos Aires. But his heart belongs to the Jewish people. As vice president of BAMA (Beit Hamechanech Hayehudi - Home to the Jewish Educator), a volunteer position he's held since last February, Laufer recently … [Read more...] about Pablo Laufer Up Close
from The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Nation's Third Largest Charity Sees Revival in Giving More signs that giving is recovering from the downturn: Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund on Wednesday reported that it raised 67 percent more in the first six months of the year than it … [Read more...] about Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Shows Strong Gains