People are changing their giving habits, fast. So what's happening? Time to wise up to the new world, says Rik Haslam Here’s the thing. I am a charity. I’m not registered. I have thousands of fundraisers, but I don’t pay any salaries. I have advanced technology and commu … [Read more...] about Why Your Fundraisers Are Your Biggest Competitors
Within the past two days, Israel's Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Ministry - in partnership with the Jewish Agency - has offered $2 million for a high-school initiative to compliment Birthright Israel and MASA. Here's more from Haviv Rettig Gur in this morning's … [Read more...] about Israel Government and Jewish Agency Announce Major High School Initiative
In an address to the Jewish Agency Assembly earlier today, Israel's Prime Minister 'Bibi' Netanyahu spoke of the importance of strengthening our connection and knowledge to our past. The PM continued: I think we should set very clear goals... The first is that within five years, … [Read more...] about Bibi: Every Young Jew Who Wants to Visit Israel Should Be Able To
“After a certain number of years our faces become our biographies. We get to be responsible for our faces.” Cynthia Ozick, American author In the midst of running back and forth among business meetings in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem earlier this week, I was happy to have the rare t … [Read more...] about Dispatches from Jerusalem: The Jewish Agency and the Future Face of Olim
by Vicki Boykis Here’s a study Peter Beinart can use in his next article. Pete, call me! I was recently asked by a friend to participate in a study conducted by Ariella Goldfein of JTS on Jewish identity among Jewish women of North America. She writes in the r … [Read more...] about Jewish Identity Among My Generation (of Ladies) in the U.S.