By Adina Poupko Lately, the “unprecedented times” wrought by the pandemic have prompted dozens, if not hundreds, of thought pieces about people’s newly developed and modified habits, as well as changes in American culture. And we are only starting to understand how much we have … [Read more...] about What We’re Learning: Announcing Natan 2020-2021 Grants
Natan is now accepting applications in three program areas. All of the necessary information about applying can be found on the How to Apply and Frequently Asked Questions pages of the Natan website. Please make sure to read the Request for Proposals for whichever grant area you … [Read more...] about Natan Announces New Grant Opportunities
Natan and the Jewish Book Council are thrilled to announce two Fall 2019 Natan Notable Books: Susie Linfield’s The Lion’s Den: Zionism and the Left from Hannah Arendt to Noam Chomsky (Yale University Press, 2019) and Bari Weiss’s How to Fight Anti-Semitism (Crown, 2019). Natan … [Read more...] about Natan and the Jewish Book Council announce Fall 2019 Natan Notable Books
This is an abridged version; the full article, including a discussion of the particular organizations that Natan is supporting, is here.
Part One: Change My Mind: How We Make Our Decisions
my ongoing effort to try to understand the dismaying and … [Read more...] about Disagreements and Decisions:
Natan’s 2019-2020 Grants
By Alana Hollander It seems a rather simple equation. Parents who give will have children who give. A key finding of Women Give 2018, a study produced by IUPUI at the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, was that “adult children (both sons … [Read more...] about From Generation to Generation: Creating a Legacy of Jewish Giving