The Week That Was: January 20-26

Based on site and RSS feed analytics, here – in alphabetical order – are the most popular posts on eJewish Philanthropy last week:

Jewish Values-Inspired Recruitment and Retention Tips for Jewish Organizations in 2013
by Cheryl Magen and Mark S. Young

Jewish organizations are the lifeblood of our people – they nourish the needs of our communities socially, educationally, religiously and intellectually. These organizations succeed because of the passion and dedication of their employees: people who commit themselves to the furthering of Jewish values. So when it comes to their employees, what can these organizations do to recruit and retain the very best?

Our Challenge: The Under-Demand for Jewish Life
by Marc Blattner

To “win” in the Jewish community of tomorrow we must continuously imagine what people will need, or what will make a difference in their lives.

What One Chabad Rabbi Can Teach Synagogues About Money
by Dan Judson

Rabbi Peretz Chein, the Chabad Rabbi at Brandeis University, is doing something completely unusual for a Jewish religious organization when it comes to money: he is completely transparent about it.

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