Detroit has made its case. The banks have done the same. They alongside states and cities across the country are scrambling to get their share of the government stimulus cash. Given the current state of Jewish philanthropy, maybe we should do the same - but for and from … [Read more...] about We Need a Jewish Philanthropic Stimulus Plan
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
from Haaretz: N.Y. toy fair markets Madoff look-alike doll Mad at disgraced financier Bernard Madoff? There's a toy just for you. One of the vendors at this week's Toy Fair is offering the Smash-Me Bernie, a $99.95 Madoff lookalike doll that wears a devil-red suit and … [Read more...] about The Bernie Toy
The first results of the 2008 Survey of New Jewish Organizations are in. Commissioned by The Natan Fund and The Samuel Bronfman Foundation, and conducted by Jumpstart, a think tank and incubator for sustainable Jewish innovation, the survey has confirmed that the number of Jewish … [Read more...] about Transforming our Communal Landscape
by Deborah Coltin Until December 11, 2009, I had the best job in the Jewish non-profit world as executive director of the Robert I. Lappin Charitable Foundation, whose mission is helping to keep our children Jewish. Bernard Madoff, a man whom I never met, swept into my life … [Read more...] about The Little Foundation with Big Ideas
Our Resources section is an ongoing work-in-process - here are some links we've recently added. Facebook Profiles and Pages and Groups, oh my! If questions from our readers are any indication, there’s still a lot of confusion about the differences between Facebook’s Pro … [Read more...] about The Power of Links