There's a new conference coming this August that will be focused on Tikkun Olam, Mitzvah and Tzedakah. It is open to formal and informal educators, people involved in synagogue Mitzvah/Social Action committees, interested laypeople, and any and all others who wish to refine … [Read more...] about Good-bye CAJE, Hello DAJE
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The weekly papers are beginning to hit the Web. from The Forward: Staple of Campus Life Now Comes at a Price What Hillel and Chabad have both figured out is that one of the best ways to build Jewish community on college campuses is to host weekly Shabbat meals — and, c … [Read more...] about NewsBits: Around the Jewish Web
The United Jewish Communities (UJC) has taken an important and bold step by reconsidering the exclusive agreement it has had with the two overseas recipients of annual federations’ campaigns: the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee … [Read more...] about A Welcome Move To Expand Federations’ Reach
from Zeek at Jewcy: Living Out Our Values in Cyberspace At a recent nonprofit technology conference where I was working the exhibit hall for my employer, two seasoned Jewish professionals from one of the Federations came over to chat. My standard line as a salesperson is, … [Read more...] about A Listening Agenda
Here's the unabridged version from the UJC on the recently concluded Florida meetings: The UJC Federation Leadership Institute (FLI) concluded Tuesday, reaching broad consensus on key strategic recommendations that will enable UJC to help the Jewish federation system better … [Read more...] about Hot Off the Press – The UJC FLI Strategic Recommendations