By Danielle Segal Old TV shows are making a comeback. It’s hard to scroll through your preferred streaming service or turn on your TV without seeing a re-hashing of an old favorite: Buffy The Vampire Slayer is being brought back from the undead, Rosanne made a brief and c … [Read more...] about Re-Zhuzh your Jewish Teen Program for the New Year with the Fab 5
Houston, TX is the final incubator community, joining Seattle, WA, and Indianapolis, IN in the fourth cohort of the Jewish Teen Funders Network Foundation Board Incubator. Other cohorts include communities in San Diego, CA; Detroit, MI; Boston, MA; Philadelphia, PA; Toronto, … [Read more...] about Houston joins the Jewish Teen Funders Network Foundation Board Incubator
By Alana Hollander In a world where bipartisan cooperation seems as common as traif with wings, perhaps our governance would be wise to observe the conversations teen philanthropists are having with one another. In doing so, politicians may just figure out how to reintroduce … [Read more...] about Bridging the Great Divide: What Politicians could Learn from Teen Philanthropists
Indianapolis, IN and Seattle, WA are the newest incubator communities, joining San Diego, California; Detroit, Michigan; Boston, Massachusetts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Toronto, Canada; and Melbourne, Australia, and Israel as a part of fourth cohort of the JTFN Foundation … [Read more...] about Indianapolis and Seattle will join the Jewish Teen Funders Network Foundation Board Incubator
By Wayne Green Rabbi Hillel said: “If I am not for me, who will be for me? And when I am for myself alone, what am I?” Pirkei Avot 1:14. This text asks us to consider when to stand and act for ourselves and when to act for others. Is it being selfish if I only take care and … [Read more...] about Where does Authenticity fit within our Giving Experience?