by Dr. Misha Galperin In the past weeks I’ve been in two dozen airports. I’ve come to see airports as temples of travel where certain rituals repeat themselves over and over again: people exchange flowers, hugs, tears, and you witness strangers connecting from all over the … [Read more...] about The More We Change, the More We Stay the Same
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
At the recent PEJE Assembly, AVI CHAI hosted a reception at which Yossi Prager, Executive Director of AVI CHAI North America, shared his thoughts about the foundation’s next (and last) ten years: Welcome to you all; thank you for joining us at the expense of the very few … [Read more...] about AVI CHAI’s Next (and last) Ten Years
from JDC's No Passport Required: Today’s stop: Elsewhere in London. This past Sunday, more than 370 participants from 31 countries descended on London for the 4th Pan-European Conference of Jewish Community Centers (JCCs), Jewish Communities, and Jewish Organisations. … [Read more...] about London Hosts Pan-European Conference of JCCs
Vitrue, a provider of social media publishing software, has released new data that focuses on the "when" behind Facebook posts and comments, providing marketers a guideline for the best times to engage with their communities. The white paper titled, "Managing Your Facebook … [Read more...] about The ‘When’ Behind Facebook Posts
by Laura Silver Thirty days, $5,000 (I hope) and more than 50 backers. The magic and the mania of my Kickstarter campaign ends today. Now I can focus on the project at hand, writing: The Book of Knish: Loss, Longing and Search for a Humble Hunk of Dough. Kickstarter is a … [Read more...] about Knish + Kickstarter = A Newfound Appetite for Fundraising