By Heidi Geller For many of you who work in and for the community, there is very little time to think, let alone set aside time for personal reflection when preparing for and overseeing High Holiday programs. Your job is to provide for others - to make others’ High Holidays e … [Read more...] about Burnout and the High Holidays? It’s real.
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
Episode 2 of What Gives? The Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network. Guest: Ilia Salita, President and CEO of Genesis Philanthropy Group. … [Read more...] about Ilia Salita: Russian-Speaking Jews and World Jewry
By Simon Klarfeld
Rabbi Aaron’s “Finding Their Way Home: Rethinking Teen Travel to Israel” is an important article in today’s Jewish educational environment. Rabbi Aaron is absolutely correct in stating that the teen Israel experience provides enormous opportunity for growth fo … [Read more...] about The Problem with “Going Dutch”
A Response to
Rabbi Scott Aaron
By Michael S. Berger One of the roles foundations play in American society is that of “venture capitalists” in the social sector. Bold, creative solutions to social and educational challenges almost always need funding to get started, and many foundations are available to pro … [Read more...] about Getting to Sustainability: A Case Study of the Jewish New Teacher Project
Slingshot, an organization that engages young Jewish philanthropists, is opening applications for its new “10 to Watch” list to feature young organizations and projects in North America that are responding to current and timely needs. “At a time marked by tremendous challenges … [Read more...] about Slingshot Opens Applications for Its Inaugural ‘10 to Watch’ List