[eJP note: this post was originally published on December 8, 2008.] by Shawn Landres, Joshua Avedon and Lee Meyerhoff Hendler Forget global warming. The ice age is coming. After a decade of philanthropic investment that has produced a flowering of innovation and social … [Read more...] about Philanthropy’s New Ice Age: Will Social Innovation Survive the Freeze?
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The Foundation for Jewish Camp has received a $3.3 million grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation and AVI CHAI Foundation for a pilot initiative that will create senior experiential Jewish educator positions to be shared by nonprofit Jewish overnight camps and Jewish day or … [Read more...] about Foundation for Jewish Camp Receives Grant for Pilot Jewish Educator Program
from ThirdSector (UK): Institute of Fundraising offers staff of small charities bursaries for events The Institute of Fundraising is offering staff at small charities the chance to attend its one-day conferences for only £20 under a new bursary scheme. The bursaries are … [Read more...] about Institute of Fundraising Offers Staff Bursaries
by Florence Broder When Allison Fine was in Israel in May, she said Israelis have so much to say, it can’t fit into 140 characters. Yet Israelis are a population that live for text messaging - it’s even how they pay their parking meter. I constantly try to make sense of the dis … [Read more...] about Social Justice in the Social Media Age
The Jewish Agency for Israel announced today that Dyonna Ginsburg, an internationally-acclaimed Jewish service learning professional, has joined the organization’s New York staff as its director of service learning. Ginsburg joins the Jewish Agency from Bema’aglei Tzedek, an Isr … [Read more...] about Jewish Agency Expands Service Learning Programming