By Esther D. Kustanowitz eJewish Philanthropy Every fall, as we emerge from the High Holy Days marathon of praying and eating, there’s a sudden burst of year-end Jewish conferences. The November tentpole conference has been the Jewish Federations of North America General A … [Read more...] about The Logistics, Wins and Losses of Jewish Conference Inclusion
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By Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi [Originally published July 11, 2013] We are the ever-worrying people.Philosopher and ideologue Simon Rawidowicz (1896-1957) is regularly quoted in his description of the Jews as “the ever-dying people. Or so we have often perceived o … [Read more...] about An Ever-Thriving People
By Pamela Richards Saeks Seriously? The Kardashians? Why all the fuss? They’re just famous for being famous. So what? Here’s what: They’re worth billions of dollars, they’ve got hundreds of millions of followers and, more importantly, they have the … [Read more...] about What the Kardashians Can Teach Us About Connecting
The 2019 JCF Giving Report provides an inside look at the grant-making trends among the largest Jewish donor advised fund in country Jewish Communal Fund, one of the largest donor advised funds in the country, released its third annual Giving Report today, on Giving Tuesday, … [Read more...] about Jewish Communal Fund Fundholders Recommended a Record 63,000 Grants in FY 19, Totaling $456 Million
After 14 years at the helm of ROI Community, Justin Korda has been named Deputy CEO of the Schusterman Foundation-Israel. Justin will lead some of the Foundation's existing work in Israel and develop a new portfolio that will expand their investments into additional focus … [Read more...] about ROI Community and Schusterman Foundation-Israel Announce Leadership Changes