3 Great Days in the City of Angels

The Jewish Funders Network’s international conference comes to Los Angeles, March 17–19, 2013, and I couldn’t be more excited to bring our signature event to my hometown. L.A. offers a vibrant, enthusiastic, multifaceted Jewish community and I’m thrilled we’ll get a chance to show it off.

Read more
Share

Murray Galinson z״l

murray-galinson.jpg

It is with great shock and sadness that we have to share the news of the untimely passing of our dear Murray Galinson.

Read more
Share

After Newtown

What can we do as philanthropists amid the horror of this recent tragedy? Can any parent be relieved? Can any mourner be comforted? Watching the news this week, I’ve wondered why pain isn't a zero sum game. Why can’t we spread sadness thin by sharing it until we make it disappear? Why is it that even though we all share the grief, it doesn’t diminish?

Read more
Share

Our Thoughts and Prayers...

Share

The Israeli Philanthropic Community: Top 5 Things to Know

offi-at-jcfny-460x250.png

This post originally appeared on the JCF blog.

Read more
Share

Funding the Future: Advancing STEM in Israeli Education

Share

Funding STEM in Israeli Education

Share

Video: Disabilities & Special Needs Peer Network—Lessons from Weingart Foundation

Share

Things I Learned in Baltimore

eJewish Philanthropy.

Until the JFNA General Assembly, earlier this month in Baltimore, I didn’t know that the famous Exodus ship, the one that brought the world’s attention to the plight of Jewish Holocaust Survivors trying to break the British blockade into the Land of Israel, was built in and fitted in the Baltimore shipyards. The crew was even partially composed of Baltimore Jews.

Read more
Share

Funders Respond to Operation Pillar of Cloud

With so much sadness in the news, I wanted to share with you a bit of a bright spot: our efforts to respond to this crisis as a community have been overwhelming.

Read more
Share