No matter what you’ve heard, direct mail and online are not moral enemies. Street fights haven’t broken out about whether a non-machinable flat can trounce a green “donate now” button - yet. Actually, direct mail and online fundraising are best when integrated. And one way to e … [Read more...] about There’s More Than One Channel on TV, Too, Right?
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UJC National Young Leadership has launched a vibrant new Web site, NextGenJews.org, designed to inform, inspire, and connect young, socially conscious Jewish adults. With bold graphics and lively text, NextGenJews.org welcomes visitors and offers multiple ways to explore … [Read more...] about NextGenJews.org: The New Address for Federations’ Young Leaders
It is that time of year again, the time of counting. I don’t mean just the counting of the Omer, which we do, daily in our synagogues and temples; I mean the counting of dollars and cents raised by our communities as part of our various Jewish community fundraising campaigns. It i … [Read more...] about History, Facts, Faces, and Faith: The Case for Maintaining Overseas Allocations
from The New York Times I’m Honored. No, Actually, I Can’t Afford It. The time-honored system of black-tie charity tributes is breaking down, another casualty of the worst economic climate in decades. “This idea of getting on the phone and saying, ‘Wouldn’t you like to be ho … [Read more...] about NewsBits: Around the World
Do you make the grade? Have you adjusted to a new world yet? by Robert I. Evans & Avrum D. Lapin As college students across the country prepare for finals and graduation, we, at EHL Consulting, feel it is only fitting to take a step back and evaluate the advice and … [Read more...] about Report Card: Is Jewish Philanthropy In a Seismic Shift, Too?