by Yonatan Gordis Once upon a time, the Jewish people were grouped into tribes, some of whom had very specialized service roles. The priests, descendents of Aharon, were conduits for those seeking to connect with the Divine, with ritual, and with others who were living in a … [Read more...] about Facilitating a Holy Space for Conversations
from the ROI Community Website: 2010 ROI Summit In celebration of ROI's 5th anniversary, the ROI team led by Lynn Schusterman has decided to change things up a little this year: The 2010 ROI Summit will be a gathering for current members of the ROI Community. In other … [Read more...] about The 2010 ROI Community Summit
by Laura Freeman Every day, there are opportunities to “lead.” It could be in the work place, at home, or while volunteering in the community. The chance to make a difference, chart new territory and galvanize a team beckons us to the front of the line. However, for all the … [Read more...] about Leadership: The Risk and The Reward
An open invitation from the Israel Association of Professional Fundraisers Shalom Friends and Colleagues, As you recall, about a year ago we began the process of creating a professional organization for fundraisers, consultants and resource development staff in … [Read more...] about Do You Work in Israel’s Nonprofit Community?
Going to its Grassroots, NewCAJE Launches as an Innovative, Pluralistic Network of Jewish Educators An intergenerational group of Jewish educators has issued a call to the grassroots membership of the Jewish educational community to re-establish the pluralistic network that … [Read more...] about The Birth of NewCAJE