Better late than never, eh? It’s been a hell of a week. We never really thought that we’d actually pull it off. I mean Camp Jewlicious. Four days at the breath taking Brandeis Bardin Institute, 130 participants, endless activity and discussions, music … whatever. We’ve all been … [Read more...] about Camp Jewlicious Wrap Up
Former lawyer and Web mastermind David Abitbol was born in Israel and raised in Montreal, and says he has a love-hate relationship with Jews. A product of 11 years of Jewish day school, one year at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and far more University education that (he thinks) … [Read more...] about Creating Positive Jewish Experiences
The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles (The Foundation) has awarded a total of slightly more than $1 million in Cutting Edge Grants to five nonprofit organizations whose programs seek to address social issues, strengthen Jewish identity and add vibrancy to local Jewish … [Read more...] about New LA Grants Expand Five Innovative Programs
by Vicki Boykis Here’s a study Peter Beinart can use in his next article. Pete, call me! I was recently asked by a friend to participate in a study conducted by Ariella Goldfein of JTS on Jewish identity among Jewish women of North America. She writes in the r … [Read more...] about Jewish Identity Among My Generation (of Ladies) in the U.S.
The Jewish Federations of North America certainly has pulled a coup by getting their new #ish campaign covered as a news story by The New York Times: You Don’t Have to Be Jewish to Love This Campaign In a campaign that began on May 6, the Jewish Federations of North A … [Read more...] about The $300k Branding Campaign