by Robert Evans and Avrum Lapin The list of the 60 top charitable contributions in 2008 includes some remarkable gifts. They totaled $15.78 billion, up from a cumulative total of $7.79 billion in 2007, which was the best year ever for recorded charitable giving in the United … [Read more...] about The Top Jewish Donors and Jewish Giving: Why the Disconnect?
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
A well attended session at the recent Herzliya Conference was Israel's Legitimacy under Attack - New Tools for Advocacy. Here are remarks presented by Professor Leonard Saxe of Brandeis University. They appear out of order for we are intentionally beginning with the Summary - … [Read more...] about Walking in Israel as the Path to Talking About Israel
Or what the art of cooking and database management have in common by Frédéric Cavro Hotdog stand or fine cuisine? Lunchtime special or seafood buffet? – As in the culinary arts, database management is aimed at satisfying the tastes of the target group. There is an enormous … [Read more...] about It’s a Matter of Taste
from GuideStar: The Most Important Part of Your Strategic Plan Trust is at a premium. Public skepticism regarding institutions and organizations of all kinds is at an all-time high. Trust, which many once took for granted—especially with respect to some of our most v … [Read more...] about The Trust Factor
This briefing from trendwatching.com is targeted to business professionals. We thought that in the current economic climate it would be of interest to know what they are thinking. Generation G: That would be G for 'Generosity', not G for 'Greed' Has it ever been important … [Read more...] about Generation Generosity