A round-up from the world of philanthropy: Book Review: Using Technology to Mobilize Young People The question isn’t whether or not nonprofits should use new media and technologies to engage new members — but how. Ben Rigby’s new book, “Mobilizing Generation 2.0: A Practi … [Read more...] about In The News
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Taglit Birthright Israel’s latest YouTube video is a fun-filled romp across the country in celebration of Israel’s 60th anniversary on May 8th. Starring Tasha and Dishka, two Israelis from Ramle and early YouTube sensations with their Hey! clip (22 million views!), these two lip s … [Read more...] about All Eyes On Me: Happy Birthday Israel!
From the Jerusalem Post... "Here is something of a reality check about American Jewish finances. They are not what they used to be. True, we have it easier here than in most places. But across the US, the relentless news is about economic woes, the collapse of the mortgage … [Read more...] about The Crisis of American Jewish Philanthropy
Google Israel - has a new initiative in honor of Israel's 60th birthday! They have decided to dedicate this year to "Our Children and Our Future Generations. " For more information and to join the campaign: Official Website: http://www.google. co.il/israelshel i Google … [Read more...] about Google Israel’s Birthday Gift
Transparency in Israeli philanthropy continues to be a big deal in the press as a result of the recent JFN Conference. According to the Forward: "The Israeli government does not demand the same level of financial reporting of nonprofits as does the United States, and it does … [Read more...] about Transparency, or Lack of, in Israel