By Hanna Shaul Bar Nissim American Jews donate at high levels to charity. One way they support causes in the U.S., Israel and other places is collective, often through large grant-making organizations. In researching this organized philanthropy, I’ve observed that the p … [Read more...] about Why Jewish Giving to Israel is Losing Ground
CASJE (Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) has released a request for proposals (RFP) to promote research that can make a difference in how Jewish education is practiced. Three grants, up to $30,000 each, will be awarded to stimulate time-concentrated research … [Read more...] about CASJE Releases RFP for Research That Will Contribute to the Practice of Jewish Education
A new report from the Women’s Philanthropy Institute examines how individuals use impact investing and whether women and men do so differently. The study finds that while both men and women embrace impact investing as a way to achieve social and financial returns, households w … [Read more...] about Study Finds Men Are More Likely Than Women to Replace Charitable Giving With Impact Investing
By Leonard Saxe, Michelle Shain, Graham Wright and Shahar Hecht According to Hillel’s College Guide, if you are a student looking for a university with a large Jewish population, your #1 choice is the University of Florida (UF), flagship campus of the Florida state system. H … [Read more...] about How Many Jewish Undergraduates?
A new study conducted for Young Judaea (YJ) documents high levels of Jewish engagement years after the alumni participated in the youth movement’s programming. Conducted by Professor Steven M. Cohen, Research Professor of Jewish Social Policy at HUC-JIR and Director of the Berman … [Read more...] about New Study of Young Judaea Alumni Finds High Levels of Jewish and Israel Engagement Years and Decades Later