Women in networks are more loyal to philanthropic causes, more educated and informed about philanthropic choices, and more trusting of nonprofits than others. In nearly 90 percent of high net worth households, women are either the sole decision maker or an equal partner in … [Read more...] about Women Drive Philanthropic Decisions in Wealthy Households
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
by Abigail Pickus Tegest Heruy Belayneh turned to her colleagues from across the globe who had gathered in Jerusalem for the First International Women's Leadership Workshop sponsored by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC). “Suddenly, I don’t feel so alone … [Read more...] about JDC Hosts First International Women’s Leadership Workshop in Jerusalem
Deborah Fishman sits with Naava Frank. This interview is part of the Network-Weaver Series. [Naava Frank has always been interested in Jewish education and groups. After completing her doctorate at Harvard Graduate School of Education about the impact of summer Israel … [Read more...] about Network-Weaving with Naava Frank
American Jewish World Service (AJWS) has launched a national design competition focused on philanthropy and social change. Where Do You Give? challenges artists to create a 21st century icon inspired by the values and imagery of the traditional Jewish tzedakah, or charity, box. … [Read more...] about Artists to Reimagine Tzedakah Box for 21st Century
by Jo-Ann Mort and Judith Wineman Successful integration of communications and resource development to bring sustainability to mission-driven non-profits is becoming increasingly reliant on new media and online social networking. The tool box is changing. In order to … [Read more...] about Communications and Resource Development as Cornerstone of Social Media Strategy