A selection of recent articles and postings around the nonprofit world you may find of interest; first in our Jewish world followed by some links to recent non-profit blog posts. Study: Consultants May Hold the Key to Future of Synagogues A new study examining efforts at … [Read more...] about In The Press
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59. The dark cool stones of the Kotel, smoothed by thousands of hands and millions of tears. 60 Ways I Love Israel by Rachel Bookstein on The 60 Bloggers project; a co-production of Jewlicious.com and the Let My People Sing Festival. It is published daily for 60 days … [Read more...] about 60 Ways I Love Israel
MyJewishLearning.com is proud to announce the creation of its Editorial Fellowship program. The inaugural two-year fellowship will begin in September 2008, concluding in August 2010. The fellowship is open to recent college graduates interested in writing, editing, Jewish … [Read more...] about New Editorial Fellowship
Compass is a new guide that will highlight the most inspiring, innovative and sustainable Jewish projects in Europe today. Inspired by Slingshot, Compass is a project of the Westbury Group, a network of 25 international Foundations with a shared interest in enhancing Jewish … [Read more...] about Introducing Compass: Europe’s Slingshot
Several weeks ago we wrote about a special Purim Solidarity Rally for Israel. What was unique about this event was your ability to participate from wherever you were; in other words it was going to occur on-line. Now that the rally has passed, we asked Eli Feldblum (one of the … [Read more...] about Social Media for Social Causes