By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi The economic devastation - more than 33 million have lost jobs - is unbearable. Philanthropy and governments are pivoting their focus in response to the surge of hunger, homelessness, mental health and other pressing issues. Ethically, this is what … [Read more...] about Should Executive Pay be Capped at Jewish Organizations During (and After) the Pandemic?
CEJP’s New York Summit onSupporting Vulnerable Jewish PopulationsTuesday, May 19th 10:00 - 11:30am Like you we have been inspired by the heroism of New York’s front-line service providers who risk personal harm through their selfless commitment to the Jewish com … [Read more...] about CEJP’s New York Summit on Supporting Vulnerable Jewish Populations
By Leading Edge, Jews of Color Initiative, JPRO Network, UpStart, Jewish Social Justice Roundtable, and Board Member Institute for Jewish NonprofitsIn our posting last week, we shared that many leaders are concerned that the progress that has been made in recent years to … [Read more...] about What We Are Hearing From the Field re: DEIJ?
By Mike Leven Last year, at the urging of Mark Silberman, a longtime friend, Jewish Future Pledge Board Chair and former Board Chair of the Atlanta Jewish Federation, I decided to create donor-advised funds in the names of each of my three children through which they could … [Read more...] about A $600 Billion Opportunity to Secure the Jewish Future
In her new book, Irina Nevzlin offers a road map for bringing together Israeli and Diaspora Jews By Maayan HoffmaneJewish Philanthropy Irina Nevzlin is a woman on a mission to repair the growing alienation between Israel and Jewish communities around the … [Read more...] about ‘The Impact of Identity’