SNAP Challenge Day 1: Comparing Prices, and a Moment of Panic

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Last night the SNAP Challenge started in earnest for me. I had wandered through the grocery store earlier in the week to scope out what I might be able to buy with my $36 for the week and how to plan my meals.

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A One-Week SNAP Challenge: Will you join me?

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Video: The Awesome Foundation—A peer-learning webinar

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Video: #NextGenDonors—Respecting Legacy, Revolutionizing Philanthropy

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Making a Difference on Inclusion

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Last summer, in the middle of camp season, a group of funders from JFN joined with the Foundation for Jewish Camp to take a tour of disabilities programs at camps around the northeast. For three days, we traveled and learned together, and saw firsthand the incredible work these programs can achieve.

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Israeli-Arab Education is a Jewish Issue

On February 6, JFN and IATF co-hosted a breakfast with Professor Manuel Trajtentberg, chairman of Israel's Council on Higher Education's Planning and Budgeting Committee, to discuss how education is an Israeli strategic priority and what American funders can do to help. JFN member Michael Hirschhorn shares his thoughts below.

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Video: Becca Hornstein—Promoting a More Inclusive Jewish Community

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Video: Five Key Steps for Family Foundation Leaders

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Teaching Philanthropy at Camp

Naomi Skop Richter and Stefanie Zelkind

It’s been almost 15 years since the first Jewish teen philanthropy program was created. In the years since, more than 100 synagogues, schools, federations and other Jewish agencies throughout North America have launched programs to educate and engage young people in giving through a Jewish lens.

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Hi, I'm Samantha. Pleased to meet you.

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Hi! I’m writing to you from my new desk at the Jewish Funders Network where, earlier this month, I became the Director of Member Services.

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