By Ephraim Gopin Hostile work environment. Overtime demands. Pressure to give. Power dynamic. Disproportionately affects the lowest paid employees. Those are just some of the reasons why nonprofit pros are against employee giving- asking employees to donate to the … [Read more...] about Employee Giving: The Joy of Philanthropy
By Leonard Fuld “My name is Michael Anthony, and for many years I was executive secretary to John Beresford Tipton, a multi-millionaire, whose charity was as boundless as it was mysterious. For it was his policy to give away anonymously and tax free one million dollars…” So … [Read more...] about Could MacKenzie Scott Disrupt Jewish Philanthropy Forever?
A Review of The American Jewish Philanthropic Complex: The History of a Multibillion-Dollar Institution by Lila Corwin Berman Princeton University Press, 2020, $35.00 By Stephen G. Donshik Many people have wanted to know more about the development of the organized Jewish … [Read more...] about The Development of the Organized Jewish Philanthropic Community in the United States
The Maimonides Fund has announced that Doron Kenter and Ariella Saperstein have both been promoted to Senior Program Officer. Ariella previously served as a program officer and in her new role will have responsibility for all of the fund's work regarding U.S. engagement with … [Read more...] about Transitions
Faced with unprecedented needs during the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jewish philanthropists and foundations have significantly increased their giving. Additionally, they have widened their support to include grantees in areas they had not previously funded, … [Read more...] about JFN Members Increased Giving to Meet COVID Needs