Michael Steinhardt, money manager turned philanthropist dedicated to creating a renaissance in American Jewish life, is chartering new waters. The venture, announced yesterday, is for New York City’s first publicly funded school devoted to Hebrew language and culture. Planned for … [Read more...] about Steinhardt’s Latest
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Idealism. Digital fluency. Immersion in social causes. Each attribute is essential to bringing about positive, lasting change. So imagine what can be accomplished when all three combine. That's the idea behind Social Citizens (Beta), a new discussion paper from the Case … [Read more...] about A Conversation Begins
You’ve added a donation button to your Web site. That means you can sit-back, relax and watch Seinfeld reruns while the money flows into your organization. Right? Wrong. “Online donations are something that a lot of organizations really want to do, but there is, unf … [Read more...] about Click Here. Now Here. Wait. Click Here.
We would like to thank the Jewish Funders Network for providing this Conference summary to us. The audio files are available here in the right side-bar. 2008 Conference--A Few Highlights Top-level presenters, artists, politicians, and thought- leaders, "seminar on wheels" site … [Read more...] about High Impact Philanthropy: The 2008 JFN Conference
It seems like yesterday, but it has been six months since we went live with eJewish Philanthropy. We set some pretty ambitious goals, and thanks to you - our readers, we're well on our way. We are gratified by the significant number of guests, from five continents, who visit … [Read more...] about We’ve Come A Long Way