Gabrielle Birkner writing in The Forward: Women make up about three-quarters of the Jewish communal work force, but few Jewish organizations have formal policies that guarantee access to paid maternity leave and flexible work arrangements - and fewer still offer paid … [Read more...] about Few Jewish Workplaces Have Family-Friendly Policies
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Tamar Snyder writing in The Jewish Week: Genesis Philanthropy Group, the foundation founded by five Russian oligarchs two years ago, will be sharing more of its largesse with Russian-speaking Jews in its own backyard. The foundation, which has made headlines with its … [Read more...] about The Russian Connection
If you have ever questioned Angelina, Bono and Madonna’s charitable motives, meet Michael Valmont-Selkirk. With him, the face of philanthropy never looked so crooked. Premiering Sunday, September 13, Showcase launches The Foundation, a brand-new half-hour comedy set in the elite w … [Read more...] about The Nonprofit World’s Worst Nightmare is Coming to TV
from NY Blueprint: Dor Chadash Goes Bicoastal Quietly, and without fanfare, a new organization expanded its reach beyond its New York environs to Los Angeles last month. Dor Chadash (The New Generation) opened its offices in both Woodland Hills and Beverly Hills - … [Read more...] about NewsBits: The NowGen Continues to Break New Ground
The Jewish Funders Network (JFN) recently awarded 24 grants to 13 non-profit Israeli environmental organizations in a matching grants initiative sponsored by the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund, generating more than $1.5 million for the Israeli environmental movement. The Fund, … [Read more...] about $1.5m Awarded to Support Environmental Causes in Israel