As long-standing Jewish institutions and communal leadership face the current health and financial crises, UpStart has redesigned and relaunched its flagship Change Accelerator program for innovation-minded professionals - otherwise known as intrapreneurs - in the Jewish … [Read more...] about UpStart Opens Applications to Support Leaders Driving Change in Uncertainty
By Rabbi Sara Luria My maiden name is Pflantzer, which means planter in German. On my father’s side, we have a running joke that the reason we all get sea-sick is because we were meant to be firmly planted on dry land, as our name suggests. These days, I am leaning into my p … [Read more...] about A Thriving American Jewish Garden
Slingshot, an organization that trains, connects, and mobilizes young, Jewish philanthropists as active change agents and leaders in the Jewish community, is now accepting applications for its 2021 “10 to Watch” list. The list highlights young organizations and projects in North A … [Read more...] about Slingshot Accepting Applications for Second Annual ‘10 to Watch’ List
By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D.
This article and research are a collaborative effort of 11 nonprofit organizational leaders. Together we planned and collaborated to produce this appeal.
RIGHT NOW is a scary, scary, time for nonprofits of all … [Read more...] about An Appeal to Funders
Thriving Small Nonprofits With A Unified Voice and Message
By Rachel Teichman Tikkun Olam, or repairing the world, is at the heart of Judaism. Now more than ever, Jewish organizations and individuals are stepping up to see how they can heal communities struck by the Coronavirus, or how to prevent it one person at a time. It is no … [Read more...] about Jewish Entrepreneurs in the Time of the Coronavirus