By Deborah Kaplan Polivy, Ph.D. We do so, I think, because we believe that new donors will help us reach our annual fundraising goals and thereby achieve what we define as success. Of course, we also need to replace all of the contributors that we lose. But what if “we t … [Read more...] about Why Do We Put So Much Energy Into Attracting New Donors?
By Joseph C. Imberman and Donald P. Kent 2000 of our closest friends were recently in attendance for the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America (GA). The GA gives all participants the opportunity to network furiously with each other and at the same time … [Read more...] about Visionary Ways to Reap the Benefits of Community Based Philanthropy
By Sarah Bunin Benor and Steven M. Cohen You have spent months (or years) researching and writing a thesis, academic article, or report, and it is finally completed. Mazel tov! Now, how should you get the word out? Based on our experience publishing short articles about Jewish … [Read more...] about From Academic Scholarship to Popular Op-ed
[Editor's note: Many of us, myself included, live in a self-constructed professional bubble. At times, we need to look outside our own spaces to keep up with new trends and ways of improving ourselves. Here are some conferences to consider.] By John Haydon There are so many … [Read more...] about Top 5 Nonprofit Conferences for 2017
There is a difference between having data and using data. By Rella Kaplowitz Repair the World has one goal: to make service a defining element of American Jewish life. To achieve its mission, Repair relies on its programming to engage thousands of young adults every … [Read more...] about Data Playbook: A Measured Approach to Understanding and Telling Stories of Impact