The Week That Was: September 9-15

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

How American Staff on Taglit-Birthright Israel can Strengthen Jewish Continuity for Future Generations
by Joel Frankel

Birthright affects each participant’s Jewish identity and their relationship to Judaism and Israel in a unique way.

Joshua Venture Group Announces 2012-14 Fellows

Joshua Venture Group announced the eight social entrepreneurs who will each receive more than $100,000 in grants and organizational development support as Fellows of its 2012-2014 Dual Investment Program.

Rediscovering Our Purpose this Rosh Hashana

by Yossi Prager

As professionals in the nonprofit world, we tend to focus most of our attention on the organizational mission, impacting the beneficiaries. Perhaps, as Rosh Hashana approaches, we can balance this important professional perspective with some attention to our own spiritual growth.

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