A new Institute of Charity (OIC) is to be hosted at New College, Oxford University, a collaboration between the College and Charity Futures, the Third Sector think tank. Work at OIC will begin in June with the development of a strategic fundraising plan. OIC will undertake a … [Read more...] about Oxford Announces new Institute for Charity
Jews of Color in the U.S. are a growing population but have been systematically undercounted in decades of American Jewish population studies, claims a new report by the Jews of Color Field Building Initiative, The Concentration in Education and Jewish Studies at the Stanford … [Read more...] about Population of Jews of Color is Increasing in U.S., Despite Undercounting in Population Studies
The Maurice & Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (Brandeis) has just released, Innovating JCCs.
The mid-20th century Jewish community center was built on the model of a brick-and-mortar, full-service, membership-based community center. This model is … [Read more...] about Just Released:
By Lee M. Hendler and David Raphael
When the Jewish Grandparents Network (JGN) embarked on the first national study of Jewish grandparents in November, in partnership with 17 national organizations and Jewish Federations, we didn’t know exactly what to expect.
The fact that … [Read more...] about Who’s Your Bubbe Now?
Some Surprising Findings from the 1st National Study of Jewish Grandparents
A new report released by Independent Sector shows the new tax on transportation fringe benefits that some charities offer their employees will cost an average of $12,000 per organization. Nonprofit organizations will now be required to pay a 21 percent federal tax on the cost … [Read more...] about New Taxes Will Cost U.S. Nonprofits Thousands