Earlier this month the New York based Artists 4 Israel spray-painted their way through Israel. On their travels, they visited Tel Aviv's Tel Chai School where 10 of the acclaimed graffiti artists taught workshops and engaged 250 students. The video's great: … [Read more...] about Graffiti Artists Score Big in Tel Aviv
Debate Over Israel Funding Guidelines Continues To Roil San Francisco Jews by Sue Fishkoff Three months after San Francisco’s Jewish federation became the first in the nation to announce formal restrictions on funding for Israel programs, this liberal, largely dovish regional … [Read more...] about The San Francisco Chill
According to The Canadian Jewish News, the 88 year old David Azrieli will shortly be offering 25% of the Azrieli Group Ltd. for public sale and then donate the proceeds to charity. Azrieli to give $1 billion to charitable foundations Charitable foundations in Canada and … [Read more...] about Azrieli to Donate $1b to Charitable Foundations
JGooders.com, an online donation portal for the Jewish world, is apparently undergoing some type of restructuring. The site was launched to huge fanfare at the 2008 GA in Jerusalem. We have been hearing for a while they were re-thinking their business strategy and today, on … [Read more...] about What’s Up at JGooders?
In today’s internet age, tweeting, blogging, and expansive friend requests on Facebook seem to have become major criteria for communicating and working effectively in the non-profit world. Non-profits, which often tend to lag behind in their mastery of technology, are working … [Read more...] about Inside Perspective on Young Philanthropy