an excellent and extensive report from the New York Jewish Week: ‘Genuine Emergency’ For Charities, Agencies As one former Jewish official called for a national emergency summit of Jewish leaders to deal with the fallout from the market meltdown, Jewish charities were gra … [Read more...] about Market Meltdown
In the Media
The news has been filled for months with stories on the current financial climate and how fundraising efforts might be effected. Certainly in the past week, there is no shortage of opinion. Everyone is weighing in; and with good concern. The fall of major financial firms … [Read more...] about When ‘The Street’ Sneezes, We All Catch a Cold
From Birthright Israel, to Israel-Diaspora relationships, the Falash Mura and embracing the new generation of our community - these are just some of the stories being reported this Friday morning: from the Forward: Adelson Shrinks Giving to Birthright The man commonly … [Read more...] about MediaWatch: Our World
from Fundraising Success Magazine: Many nonprofit professionals today are nervous. The economy, while showing hopeful signs such as slightly lower oil prices and a stronger dollar, is still not in a good place. That means donors have less money in their portfolios and their … [Read more...] about Nervous About the Economy?
all three from the Jerusalem Post: Jewish charities fear Wall Street chaos US Jewish social service agencies and nonprofits say they expect this week's string of bankruptcies, buyouts and takeovers on Wall Street to severely cramp their end-of-year fund-raising as … [Read more...] about The Jewish World Speaks