by Rabbi Jason Miller In my last year of rabbinical school, I had an interesting conversation with a rabbi of a large congregation. He told me that he had put his foot down and refused to let his congregation create a synagogue-wide email LISTSERV. His rationale? This forum … [Read more...] about Facebook Group or Private Social Network for Synagogues?
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
July 9, 2011 Response to Misha Galperin’s article in eJewish Philantrhopy It appears that JAFI and much of the national Jewish community are at a loss at what to do and how to do it when it comes to the future of our People. Equally troubling is the inability to clearly and c … [Read more...] about Helping to Keep Our Children Jewish
"If any organization thinks it can get off on the cheap by hiring young, it had better think again. A much higher percentage of young people consider for-profit/nonprofit salary parity as a motivating factor in choosing nonprofit employment than do older workers." What do those … [Read more...] about The Young and the Restless
from Cleveland Jewish News: Some agencies see increased allocations from Federation After two consecutive years of receiving decreased allocations from the Campaign for Jewish Needs, most local, national and overseas Jewish agencies supported by the Jewish Federation of … [Read more...] about Cleveland Federation Announces Allocations
by Johanna Arbib-Perugia First, let me say that I welcome Prof. Richard Marker's response to my article 'Looking back to the Future of Jewish Philanthropy'. He brings to the fore many pivotal questions and issues, some of which I agree with and all of which are worthy of our … [Read more...] about Response and Responsibility in Jewish Philanthropy; Responding to Prof. Richard Marker