As a follow-up to the post we had on Sunday, Gaydamak Backtracks on Philanthropy, Haaretz has published this particularly insightful article: "The story with Gaydamak illustrates the limits of philanthropy," says Prof. Benjamin Gidron, director of the Israeli Center for Third … [Read more...] about The Limits of Philanthropy
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
The following is reprinted by permission from the June Donors' Newsletter, a resource for donors and their advisors on overseas giving to Israel, published by Donor Associates in Israel. "Though philanthropy often is - and should be - an emotional expression of personal … [Read more...] about The Art and Science of Philanthropy
Princeton University has announced a $4.5 million grant from the New York City-based Tikvah Fund to establish a program designed to strengthen undergraduate interest in Jewish thought and encourage discussion of Jewish history and ideas in a context with other historical, … [Read more...] about Princeton Receives $4.5 Million for Jewish Studies Project
from today's Jerusalem Post: Mall owners partner with local businesses in philanthropic push for Ethiopian youth With Jewish philanthropic organizations suffering a loss of international donations due to the falling dollar, the owners of an Israeli shopping mall chain have … [Read more...] about Cause Marketing in Beit Shemesh
Check out the special report on technology in July's Fundraising Success Magazine; you will find stories which examine some of the new and exciting channels — from mobile to MySpace that are available to innovative fundraisers. When FundRaising Success first came into e … [Read more...] about Converging Technologies