eJewish Philanthropy and Moment Magazine Join Together to Relaunch Guide to Giving

Moment Magazine, the largest independent Jewish magazine in North America, and eJewishPhilantrophy.com, a publication geared to the professional Jewish community, today announce a partnership relaunching “Moment Magazine’s Guide to Giving.” Beginning in the May/June 2014 edition of Moment – both in print and online – eJewish Philanthropy will provide editorial content and guidance for the enhanced section to include News and Notes from around the world of Jewish Giving.

Explains Dan Brown, eJewish Philanthropy’s founder, “While Moment Magazine has a different overall focus than eJewish Philanthropy, we are both strong, growing independent publications in the ever changing Jewish media landscape. By leveraging Moment’s print publication with eJewish Philanthropy’s knowledge of the Jewish philanthropic space, we will raise awareness of Jewish giving as we focus on the intersection of new generations of leaders and donors, and the challenges facing our Jewish community.”

Adds Rebecca Leavey, Moment’s director of marketing and community outreach, “Our readers want and need to see a more complete picture of how much good work is happening in the Jewish community. Bringing eJewish Philanthropy’s expertise and reach to our readers, is the perfect fit.”

Moment Magazine, co-founded by Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein in 1975, is the preeminent magazine in the Jewish world reaching more American Jews than any other publication. Frequently, called the “Jewish New Yorker,” Moment connects with more than 100,000 readers with its flagship print publication another half million online.

eJewish Philanthropy, launched in 2007 as an online publisher, is the premier publication serving the professional Jewish community. Connecting with more than 150,000 visitors a month, eJewish Philanthropy has become the leading global information source on Jewish giving.