Lilith Magazine is celebrating a milestone birthday! and to mark the occasion, the theme of their Fall 2016 issue is "4 Decades and Counting." Joining with Lilith in celebration, we're adding to the discussion we began last week on Jewish women's philanthropy, by reaching back … [Read more...] about As Lilith Turns 40, a Look Back at Jewish Women’s Philanthropy
How the new Jewish women's foundations are changing Jewish philanthropy and women's lives By Susan Weidman Schneider [eJP note: The following article appeared in the Spring 2002 issue of Lilith Magazine. It is reprinted as a response to Women’s Philanthropy - Change Is In t … [Read more...] about From Pushke to Power Suit
[eJP note: The following article appeared in the Winter 1993 issue of Lilith Magazine. Twenty-one years later, it is still meaningful and relevant.] By Susan Weidman Schneider Part One: Women’s giving to “mainstream” Jewish organizations Jewish women today control more we … [Read more...] about Jewish Women’s Philanthropy
by Susan Weidman Schneider I’ve been revisiting a 1997 article in Lilith entitled “Jewish Latency,” featured on the cover as “The Jews We Lose.” It’s all about a project Lilith created with the help of a grant from New York UJA-Federation to engage New York Jews in their 20s, j … [Read more...] about Are Jewish Sororities an Untapped Opportunity?
by Susan Weidman Schneider eJP has reported several times on the conflicts between emerging/ startup organizations/ courting the young vs Boomers/established brands/”legacy” organizations. Here’s other news: this tension does NOT come to the fore in the world of women. Women’s … [Read more...] about Women Are Not Part of the Intergenerational Schism in Jewish Life