Yes, we know this is on a Shabbat; we still want to bring it to the attention of our greater New York area readers. Join the ePhilanthropy Foundation as they present a content-packed full day conference at Columbia University on Saturday, June 14th. Registration is filling up. … [Read more...] about Nonprofit Social Networking Symposium
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
The press is full of intriguing bits and pieces that suggest the “new charities” may have something to teach traditional charities. By “new” I mean organizations formed since 2000 and driven largely by new technology. Just consider three examples that offer several powerful lesson … [Read more...] about Where New Technolgy is Taking Us
Everyone's into the act; even Osem. For Israel’s 60th... Bamba Peanut Snack filled with Chocolate Nouga. Be sure to check out Jerusalem at 60 coverage and photos on Jewlicious, Jerusalemite, the Jerusalem Post and every other major Jewish publication. Yom Ha'atzmaut Sameach! … [Read more...] about Israel (Celebrates) Commercializes 60
The blog-o-sphere has been carrying reports for several weeks now about the impending budget revision and upcoming staff cuts at the UJC. Apparently it became 'sort of official' yesterday. We'll stay away from playing the "he said / she said" that will surely continue … [Read more...] about Apparently Not a Rumor
Inbal Freund is the Director of Mavoi Satum, a Jerusalem-based organization that advocates on behalf of Agunot. She wrote this as her 60bloggers.com post for today's observance of Yom Hazikaron - Israel Memorial day on behalf of those who fell defending the State of … [Read more...] about We Live in Loving Memories