From the February issue of Oleh Chadashot, a publication of Nefesh B'Nefesh, we bring you this story by Olah and author, Laura Ben-David. When trying to explain to people the uniqueness of Israel and Israelis, I find that a story speaks volumes. This story, however, speaks a … [Read more...] about A Falafel Story
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
Last month we wrote about Insight, a new fellowship program from the Schusterman Family Foundation. Jewlicious has just posted a great interview with Yoni Gordis who heads the Center For Leadership Initiatives. If you are interested in learning about this superb new endeavor, … [Read more...] about Only One Week Remaining
Philanthropy expert Joel Fleishman inaugurated the opening of the Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy at the Heller School of Brandeis University with a standing-room only lecture calling for family foundations to become more transparent and accountable, while … [Read more...] about New Academic Center for Philanthropy Unveiled
We feel very strongly about the New Generation of social entrepreneurs, their cutting edge projects, and the renaissance they are creating in our Jewish world. I guess we are not alone in our view of this generation. In Sunday's New York Times, Nicholas D. Kristof wrote from the … [Read more...] about The Age of Ambition
If you're sitting at your computer hugging your organization's mission statement, branding guide and/or special event brochure (the one that was approved by everyone in your office, your board, your babysitter, etc. etc.), it's time to take a deep breath-this idea might scare … [Read more...] about Tips for Making the Dive into Social Networking