Describing Taglit participants as such, Israeli Minister Isaac Herzog, led off a session early this afternoon at the Herzliya Conference. Joined by Gideon Mark of Birthright, Professor Leonard Saxe of Brandeis University and Knesset member Professor Menahem Ben-Sasson for a … [Read more...] about Taglit: A Strategic Asset For the Jewish People
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
A little over a month ago, I introduced you to Moishe House London. Now, in his own words, one of the founding members. by Joel Sameach Stanley Something is emerging in Jewish London. It’s hard to name as yet but you know it when you meet it. October 2007 was a landmark m … [Read more...] about The Changing Face of London Jewry
We live in a global village; new endeavors may be hatched in a living room in Monsey and brought to fruition in Jerusalem. Or a California foundation funds an innovative and new project in Buenos Aires or London. As we have learned from Thomas Friedman, we are no strangers to a … [Read more...] about The Next Great Idea, U.K. Style
Perhaps you caught a view of his work a few months back. For William Levine, along with Birthright Israel alumna Michelle Citrin were all over the web with their incredibly popular I Gotta' Love You Rosh Hashanah. But deep down, William, aka Ben, is a cartoonist. So it is with … [Read more...] about The Next Level
The rumors are true. Birthright Israel's newest innovation, the Israelity Tour is bringing the best of contemporary Israeli music to the West Coast in February for a concert tour. Concerts and Mifgashim Featuring Subliminal and the T.A.C.T. Family With … [Read more...] about West Coast Meets Middle East