If you spend enough time around philanthropists you quickly realize that their diversity of passion is equaled by their diversity in motivation. That is, they each have a different catalyst for their philanthropic activity - for some it is the result of family, for others is it … [Read more...] about Philanthropic Horizons and the Future of the Jewish Funders Network
A new book, Women and Philanthropy: Boldly Shaping a Better World, has just been released. Based on extensive interviews and the authors' combined half-century of experience, the book shares new ways to better engage women in giving, as well as insights into developing women … [Read more...] about Women and Philanthropy
from The New York Times: Reaching a Sisterhood of the Needy The Women’s Funding Network, a U.S.-based nongovernmental group, says it unites more than 160 women’s funds or foundations from 26 countries with assets of $535 million to improve the lives of women and gir … [Read more...] about The Female Factor
from Connection Cafe: Does Gender or Generation Matter More? As we are out sharing and discussing the results of research into “The Next Generation of American Giving,” we’ve been asked why we did not include any breakdowns by gender? The answer is best summed up in an excer … [Read more...] about Gender or Generation?
They Too are Recognized During Women’s History Month by H. Glenn Rosenkrantz Atlanta: Over at the Marcus Jewish Community Center here, visitors might be forgiven for thinking they’ve walked into some sort of fashion show. There are, after all, dresses hanging on the wal … [Read more...] about Silent Role Models No More