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Inside the Mind of Andrés Spokoiny (LA Jewish Journal)

An interview with JFN's President & CEO about topics including why he dropped out of rabbinical school, the role of philosophy in philanthropy, and the biggest crisis facing the Jewish world.

Global Group of Donors to Gather to fight Israel’s High Haredi Poverty Rate

On December 2 in New York, Jewish Funders Network will bring together Jewish philanthropists from around the world for strategic discussions about fighting high rates of poverty and unemployment among Israel’s fast-growing Haredi community.

CMJS: Closeness to Jewish grandparents helps explain some of disparities between children of inmarriage and of intermarriage

Closeness to Jewish grandparents helps to explain some of the disparities in Jewish engagement in young adulthood between children of inmarriage and children of intermarriage, and also between children of intermarriage with Jewish mothers and children of intermarriage with Jewish fathers.

Charitable Giving Up Around World, Study Finds

A growing proportion of the world's population is giving money or time to charity, a new report from the Charities Aid Foundation finds.

Jewish Week: Remembering That Night: Rabin's Legacy of Hope

JFN member Yuval Lion reflects on Rabin's murder, and his legacy of peace.

JFN Statement on the Ongoing Terrorism in Israel

We are outraged at the continuous campaign of murder being inflicted upon Israelis. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is complex and controversial, but surely everyone can agree that no conflict or grievance can possibly justify these brutal attacks.

JFN Statement on the Paris Attacks

JFN exprime sa solidarité et son soutien au peuple français dans ces moments tragiques. Nos pensées et nos prières sont avec les victimes et avec nos partenaires et amis à Paris. Les valeurs que la France a offert au monde s'imposeront face à cet attentat lâche et sanglant.