Brandeis University’s Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies has released a new report that spotlights the need that persists today among large numbers of Jewish elderly in the countries of the former Soviet Union (FSU). The study, “Hardship and Needs of Elderly Clients in … [Read more...] about New Study Illuminates Hardship Facing Jewish Elderly Across the FSU
Lisa Eisen, the national director of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, writing in The Times of Israel: When asked to describe the activities of young Israel advocates, people often conjure up a rather stereotyped image: right wing and religious, protesting on … [Read more...] about New Study: The Truth About Israel Advocacy
September 24, 2011 - Washington, D.C. - In a research first, the Nonprofit Research Collaborative (NRC) finds a direct association between active fundraising by nonprofit board members and the organization meeting its fundraising goals. Sixty percent of organizations where … [Read more...] about Nonprofit Organizations with Active Fundraising Boards More Likely to Meet Goal
The average American adult believes it is reasonable for nonprofit organizations to spend 23 cents out of every dollar on overhead expenses such as fundraising and administration. The problem is, that same average adult believes nonprofits actually spend 37 cents out of every … [Read more...] about How Much Overhead is Reasonable?
Forbes Insights has released the findings of a new study, "Next Generation Philanthropy: Changing the World," sponsored by Credit Suisse Group, as part of the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy. This past summer, in an unprecedented gathering of wealth and international … [Read more...] about New Study Released – Next-Generation Philanthropy: Changing the World