Engaging Jewish Next-Gen Donors
Foundations and organizations must not treat Jewish next-gen donors as if they are the same as their parents and grandparents.
New Study on Jewish Next Gen Donors
We are delighted to share a new report released today from 21/64 and the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy that paints a revealing picture of the next generation of major Jewish donors.Read more
LA 2013: The Jewish Future—Only Sooner
By Joshua Avedon, Shawn Landres, Saba Soomekh, and Andrés Spokoiny. eJewish Philanthropy.
Los Angeles is already a dynamic center for Jewish innovation, home to dozens of Jewish nonprofit startups, as well as vibrant established organizations working to re-invent Jewish life.Read more
Networks and the Future of Jewish Philanthropy
JFN President & CEO Andrés Spokoiny's address to the 2012 Jewish Funders Network International Conference.
A person is walking in the street and passes by a dance hall. The windows of the dance hall are very thick and soundproof, so he can’t hear the music. He only sees people making all sort of strange movements. He walks away, thinking he just saw a bunch of totally crazy people, maybe a mental asylum of some sort.Read more
Ambrose Clancy, Council on Foundations, 21/64, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy, Resource GenerationRead more