Time to party Jerusalem style. Join some of the finest twits in all the land at Bulghourji Lounge and Gardens on Armenian Patriarchate Rd. 6 (Armenian Quarter – Old City) Jerusalem. It’s by the Jaffa Gate just past Migdal David. Really easy to get to (see the video for directions … [Read more...] about Jerusalem tweetUP! Monday May 25th
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
by Robert I. Evans & Avrum D. Lapin The new “economic reality” has impacted non-profits and donors in many ways. One of the little-discussed but very important aspects addresses how donors can pay for their generous pledges. A trend that has emerged within the past few mon … [Read more...] about Donor Advised Funds Replacing Family Foundations: Less Control But Lower Costs?
The economic power of women all over the world is growing, offering huge opportunities for fundraisers. Nicky Mcintyre asks what actually motivates women to give and how we can engage them as donors Until two or three decades ago, women typically inherited wealth rather than … [Read more...] about She Gives Back: Understanding What Makes Women Donors Tick
At Brandeis University today, the first cohort of students will graduate from the specialized Jewish camp leadership track, a part of the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program. Combining their regular MA/MBA studies with courses in leadership and management in Jewish … [Read more...] about Jewish Camps: Summer 2009
This past week saw the official opening of Beit Graham, a magnificent new Jewish Community Center in the central Ukraine town of Krivoy Rog. According to World Jewish Relief, in 2005, WJR adopted Krivoy Rog - a major steel town in Ukraine with a population of 12,000 Jews - as … [Read more...] about WJR Opens New JCC in Central Ukraine