by Paul Golin At any given time, the majority of US Jewish households are not affiliated with Jewish institutions like synagogues or JCCs. There are many reasons why, perhaps the most important being that the organized community hasn’t made a strong enough case for the meaning … [Read more...] about Including Those With Financial Challenges
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
A great deal has been written about “American Friends” organizations and the role they play with Israeli non-profits. Historically they have been both a blessing and a curse for the local Israeli organization. At the same time that they have provided financial support by raising … [Read more...] about An Israeli Friends Organization: A Best Kept Secret
In light of the recent unrest in Egypt, Masa Israel Journey programs have welcomed 21 displaced North American students to Israel to continue their Arabic language studies. Twelve students have enrolled in The Rothberg International School at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, … [Read more...] about Israel Welcomes Displaced American Students from Egypt
Emory Hillel will present a little-known series of works by the late master of the Surrealist Movement, Salvador Dali, that celebrates the rebirth of Israel. “Aliyah: The Rebirth of Israel” is a complete collection of the 25 limited-edition colored lithographs by Dali issued in 19 … [Read more...] about Emory Hillel to Display Dali Works on Israel
by Belinda Vernon Whether to collaborate or compete is a difficult question for many charities. Greater competition for funding is driving charities to compete more with each other and with private organizations, but positive outcomes often require collaboration among … [Read more...] about Charities Working Together to Improve Outcomes