Ethan Davidson, Director of the William Davidson Foundation, shares the ongoing story of his life in music and philanthropy, and how he's struggling with the need to beat his own path while still honoring his father's legacy.Read more
Igal Jusidman, CEO of Keren Daniel, shares his story of learning to see himself not just as a funder, but as a real partner with the organizations he funds.Read more
Ami Aronson, Executive Director of the Bernstein Family Foundation, explains the legacy of philanthropy she inherited from her grandfather, and how his passions combine with her next-generation perspectives and priorities to move into the future.Read more
Alisa Doctoroff, past board president of UJA-Federation of New York, says philanthropy wasn't something she inherited, but it will be part of her legacy.Read more
"Older generations often think of Millennials as flighty and flaky. They are not. Millennials often think of Judaism as foreign, archaic, and not meaningful. It is not."
Suzanne Dryan Felson shares her story of delving deeply into the world of Millennial Jews, and explains why Millennials are ready to pick up the torch of Jewish knowledge and tradition, if it is delivered to them differently.Read more
Shira Ruderman explains why we shouldn't confuse money with legacy, and why legacy should matter to all funders.Read more
Scott Berrie shares the moving story of his father's legacy, his father's death, and how his family has shifted their philanthropy in order to move from treating symptoms to addressing the entire ecosystem.Read more
Welcome to the first in a series of Funder Stories videos produced in partnership with ELI Talks. JFN members recorded these personal stories about what giving means in their lives at the JFN 2019 International Conference.
Shula Mozes explains why giving is easy, why talking about giving is more uncomfortable, and why we have to talk about it anyway.Read more