Planning a Site Visit: Making the Most of a Special Opportunity Non-profit organizations love to have visitors, to show people around the agency and to expose them to the creative approaches to delivering services. They look forward to the visitors meeting the wonderful staff … [Read more...] about Planning a Site Visit
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
by Yonatan Ben-Dor The New Orleans GA hosted for the second year an e-philanthropy institute, and I was invited to be part of a panel which also featured the Vice President of Blue State Digital, the company that developed Obama's billion dollar online fundraising campaign. … [Read more...] about The Young Jewish Donor in the Philanthropic Free Market: Lessons from the GA
by Wallace Greene So much has been written and will continue to be written about the tuition crisis. Theories are fine but no new proposals that are realistic have been put forth, hence any meaningful solution is still a distant dream. Statistically, the increasing tuition … [Read more...] about New Thinking on the Day School Tuition Crisis
From remarks at the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America, Nov. 9 by Edmund C. Case. Intermarriage is a huge reality for the Jewish community. Half of Jews are intermarrying, which means that two-thirds of new Jewish households are intermarried; half of … [Read more...] about Can the Jewish Community Encourage In-Marriage and Welcome Interfaith Families?
from New Voices (national Jewish student magazine): “It Wasn’t a Conference For Us, But We Were There.” At the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America in New Orleans, one in four delegates was a student. Over 600 students came in total - a high for the … [Read more...] about Students Voice Disappointment at NOLAGA