There have been many instances over the years where innovation has risen from the non-profit community. More often than not, though, we discover new ideas and then adapt from either the private or more recently political sectors. Beginning with the 2004 Democratic primary … [Read more...] about It’s The Networks….
In the Media
After attending the Facing Tomorrow Conference, being treated to all the press reports (mostly American oriented - even if appearing in the Israeli news), and all the various comments both pro and con about the Conference floating around the blog-o-sphere (the Anglo-Israeli crowd … [Read more...] about The Brits Weigh In on Tomorrow
A few links of interest to themes on our blog: A birthday gift Of the $1 billion a year in Jewish philanthropy, how much do you think goes to advertise in the mainstream media the numerous contributions Israel makes to humanity? Virtually zero. Hasbara 2.0 (beware of … [Read more...] about Around Our Jewish World
Three articles this week of particular interest to important themes on this blog. What’s Next For Birthright Alumni an editorial by Gary Rosenblatt Michael Steinhardt is never satisfied. That’s what drives some of those who work with him crazy at times. But it’s also what … [Read more...] about Around Our Jewish World
Economy Hobbles Giving by Some Wealthy Donors Many wealthy baby boomers have cut back their gifts to charity in the last six months — another sign that the nation’s bad economy is starting to hurt charitable fund raising. How Little Do Users Read? On the average Web pag … [Read more...] about News and Tips Around the Nonprofit World