By Richard Marker Some years ago, a very prominent Wall Street financier and his wife, herself a very prominent philanthropist, gave a headline grabbing gift to a world-famous museum. The most famous gallery in that museum would henceforth bear their names. At the … [Read more...] about The Myth of Perpetuity
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
Natan inspires young philanthropists to become actively engaged in building the Jewish future by giving collaboratively to cutting-edge initiatives in Israel and in Jewish communities around the world.
Natan is a giving circle - a grantmaking foundation where members pool … [Read more...] about Natan Announces Request for Proposals:
Staffing changes have been announced by the Masorti Movement and JPPI: Dr. Yizhar Hess is concluding his tenure as Director of the Masorti Movement, after being elected last week by the Zionist Congress to the position of Vice Chairperson of the World Zionist Organization. … [Read more...] about Comings & Goings, Israel
By Liana Krupp There is a glaring silence that comes from Center for Effective Philanthropy’s recent report New Attitudes, Old Practices: The Provision of Multiyear General Operating Support: 63% of foundation CEOs interviewed for the study favored increasing multiyear general … [Read more...] about On Trust & Risk: Providing Multi-Year Grants for Nonprofits’ General Operations
By Rabbi Philip Graubart Last week, in a high school class where I was discussing the differences between animals and humans, I let slip that under normal circumstances we would be supplementing the in-class learning with a trip to the beach to watch the seals. But not this … [Read more...] about Teaching with Joyless Joy