By Edmund Case As any regular consumer of Jewish media in general - and eJewishPhilanthropy essays in particular - knows, there is an ongoing extensive discussion about the massive disruptions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic and the opportunity to re-envision the Jewish … [Read more...] about Will Our Post-Corona Vision Include Engaged Interfaith Families?
By Shulamit Magnus and Rafael Medoff Should admitted, unrepentant sexual predators who happen to be Jewish intellectuals be accepted by the Jewish community as if they had committed no offenses? That is the question raised by the disturbing inclusion of three admitted … [Read more...] about Should We Normalize Jewish Intellectuals Who Are Sexual Predators?
By Jori Mendel Creativity is the process of using imagination and critical thinking to generate a new idea of value. And ironically, similarly to innovation it is often the most misunderstood muscle at most organizations, for-profit and nonprofit alike. Innovation is the … [Read more...] about Creativity: The Secret Sauce to Rebuilding Our Jewish Community for Resiliency
By Bill Motchan Remember getting together with loved ones to celebrate special occasions? COVID-19 has made those gatherings much more difficult. For Jewish families, Coronavirus has impacted everything from Shabbat dinners to Passover Seders, weddings, and other simchas. … [Read more...] about Innovative North American ‘Flagpole’ Initiative Inspires Communities Through Music
By Benjamin Laniado Our mission in CADENA is to deliver aid, hand-in-hand, to those who need it the most. This motto stemmed from the need to curtail corrupt and opaque humanitarian practices in the developing world. We represent the Jewish community and the civil society … [Read more...] about How COVID has Changed our Humanitarian Operations