from PunkTorah.org: The Secret Language of Jewish Communal Professionals Like any profession, those of us who are Jewish-For-A-Living have a secret language that we use with each other. To the outsider, this language is strange and unfamiliar. And since I believe in … [Read more...] about Our Jewish Communal Language
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from RJ.org blog: Congregational Life ... The issue at hand is the possibility of not providing anything of meaning in our congregations. So I guess this is a challenge that must go back to our leaders. Stop trying to tweet to us. I don't need to be your friend on Facebook … [Read more...] about Is Your Synagogue Complacent?
from The Jewish Week: Making A Jewish Case For Giving If our destinies in the coming year can be changed by repentance, prayer and charity, then let’s start out with the easiest of the three: tzedakah. ... If Jewish philanthropies spent more time educating donors about J … [Read more...] about Learn; Then Give
from Katya's Non-Profit Marketing Blog: 'Old' donors give more - so do we stick to the same ‘old’ fundraising? ... focusing only the oldest donors is short-sighted, and we definitely can’t assume what has worked in the past will work in the future. The fact that “older” do … [Read more...] about Sticking With the Same Old Thing
from Harvard Business Review: How Millennials' Sharing Habits Can Benefit Organizations The Pew Internet and American Life Project recently asked a large group of experts if they thought Millennials would grow out of their currently strong penchant for online sharing and … [Read more...] about Sharing is the New Normal