To help more Jewish day schools infuse Israel into all aspects of school life and learning, The iCenter is welcoming eight new day schools across North America into the third cohort of its initiative, iNfuse: Israel in Jewish Day Schools. Each school will create a plan to make … [Read more...] about iNfuse Initiative Welcomes 8 New Schools
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The Abraham Initiatives has announced the establishment of an endowment fund, with commitments totaling over $12 million dollars. The fund is planned to enhance the organization’s stability, and enable it to implement long-term goals towards a vision of an equal Jewish-Arab … [Read more...] about With $12 Million, Abraham Initiatives Establishes Endowment Fund
By Dan Pine JWeekly.com After more than a century of service in Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa and Solano counties, the Jewish Federation of the East Bay will dissolve on July 1, with core programs and operations to be absorbed into the San Francisco-based Jewish Community … [Read more...] about East Bay Federation to Close, S.F. Federation to Take Over
By Dr. Eric Lankin As the senior educator of a major Zionist organization, I remember how proud I was that hundreds of Jewish schools across the United States used our educational materials. Tu Bishvat was “our” holiday, but our department also wrote, published and distributed … [Read more...] about Gatekeepers – The Forgotten Nonprofit Target Market
By Jory Hanselman and Rabbi Eliav Bock Imagine a twenty-four year old. He graduated from a top tier university, but now can’t get out of bed. He is struggling to show up where he needs to be each day, is smoking marijuana, and is feeling depressed, scared and anxious. He knows … [Read more...] about What Are We Doing for Our Struggling Youth?