The family foundation’s investment in Jerusalem has been the ‘risk capital of social change’ By Maayan Hoffman eJewish Philanthropy For Charlene Seidle, executive vice president of the Leichtag Foundation, philanthropy funding is “the risk capital of social change.” As t … [Read more...] about The Leichtag Leap of Faith
On Sunday, Hagee Ministries held its 39th annual Night to Honor Israel at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio. Senior Pastor and founder of Hagee Ministries, as well as Christians United for Israel founder and Chairman, Pastor John Hagee, and nationally syndicated radio host and … [Read more...] about Hagee Ministries Distributes $1.35 million to Israeli and Jewish Organizations
By Deborah Fineblum (JNS) The first thing you notice when you pass through the gate and into the moshav is the smell. Like a campfire that was doused with water and left to sputter. The second thing: just how many of the trees look like they’ve survived an i … [Read more...] about Carlebach Moshav Rises From the Ashes
Purpose of Grants Jewish Helping Hands is now launching a new ISRAEL ONLY Tikkun Olam Grant to advance our goal of inspiring and supporting tzedakah, justice and righteousness in Israel. Our goal is to help vulnerable populations through a variety … [Read more...] about Jewish Helping Hands Announces Israel Only Grant Opportunities
The conference will take place at the Herzl Center on Mt.Herzl in Jerusalem, October 30-31,2019/1-2 Cheshvan,5780.
The first Herzl Conference, co-sponsored by The Herzl Center and Museum, The World Zionist Organization, The Public Council for the Commemoration of Theodor … [Read more...] about From Vision to Reality:
The first Herzl Conference on Contemporary Zionism