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In Part 3 of a series about the long-term impact of Jewish teen philanthropy in eJewish Philanthropy, Briana Holtzman, Program Director of JTFN’s Teen Foundation Board Incubator, discusses several of the less obvious benefits of Jewish teen philanthropy programs.
We and our members at the Jewish Funders Network are profoundly saddened by the horrific attack that claimed the lives of nine African American churchgoers on Wednesday night at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC.
In Part 2 of a series about the long-term impact of Jewish teen philanthropy in eJewish Philanthropy, Mark Levitt, founder and director of Leveling the Playing Field, explains why "volunteering and youth engagement in philanthropy isn’t only an experience to be appreciated in the moment
On Memorial Day weekend/Shavuot, an unnamed rain storm hit Houston, inundating neighborhoods in and around the Braes Bayou. Hardest hit was the Jewish community, with hundreds of Jewish homes flooded and water significantly affecting three congregations.
In this piece published in eJewish Philanthropy, JFN President Andrés Spokoiny argues that when it comes to fighting BDS on campus, "we need to rethink our way of doing campus advocacy because the evidence suggests that much of what we have done until now hasn’t worked."
Every time I go back to Argentina my mother makes me feel like a child. She reminds me to button up my coat, impervious to the fact that I survive quite well during the other 350 days of the year, many of which I spent in freezing temperatures.
For millions of people, the food they eat could kill them. But they may not have a choice. Daniel Chamovitz has made it his mission to change that.
Nonprofits don’t have discrete ambitions. They want to quickly grow their seed money so they can expand programs that have both a measurable and meaningful impact. It’s one way philanthropists define “scale.”
But it is often a lot easier said than done.