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British Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, one of the world's most acclaimed Jewish spiritual leaders, told the iJed Day School Conference that younger British Jews are more religious and committed to Judaism than their parents.
At least 80 percent of Jewish teens don't opt in to Jewish experiences in their communities. That has led the Jim Joseph Foundation to explore new strategies in its support of day schools, camps and experiential education, which include partnering more closely with local funders.
The Philanthropy 50 list of the top givers is out, and philanthropy expert Lucy Bernholz (right) says the big money is still being used in traditional ways.
U.S. respondents considered health to be the most urgent global issue in need of funding, while respondents in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East cited the environment.
The following post was written by Bill Glucroft, Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships at the Amadeu Antonio Foundation in Berlin, a sponsor of the JFN annual conference starting Sunday in Miami Beach.
If you met JJ Greenberg, then chances are you came away inspired by his extraordinary commitment to Jewish philanthropy and his ability to take the time to collaborate, listen, empathize and come up with ideas that were new, interesting and eminently workable.
We’re living longer. Now we just need to learn how to live better.
For many Jews, giving is a part of who they are. After all, tzedakah literally means “justice,” even though it’s often translated as charity. It’s a way to create a world where fairness is the rule rather than the exception.