Weekend Reading

In Charlottesville, the Local Jewish Community Presses On | Alan Zimmerman, Reform Judaism 

No Home for Hate: Statement from The Nathan Cummings Foundation 

Following Charlottesville | Pam David & Stephanie Rapp, Walter & Elise Haas Fund blog

Should I Stay or Should I Go? When Family Philanthropy Interests Diverge | Richard Marker, National Center for Family Philanthropy blog 

How Charlottesville Has Defined the Trump Presidency | Steven Windmueller, eJewish Philanthropy 

The Jewish Marketplace: Introducing the New American Jew | Steven Windmueller, eJewish Philanthropy 

‚ÄúInnovation‚ÄĚ: What to make of a word that just won‚Äôt go away¬†| Todd J. Sukol,¬†eJewish Philanthropy¬†

Who Will Fight the Racist Right? Don't Look to the Hard Left | Anshel Pfeffer, Haaretz 

Boston’s Judaism-infused Investment Experiment | Rabbi Jacob Siegel, eJewish Philanthropy 

Barriers to Funder Collaboration and the Will to Overcome Them | Phil Buchanan, SSIR 

In Defense of Perpetuity | Phil Buchanan, SSIR 

The Ripple Effect of Foundation Culture | Kevin Bolduc, SSIR 

Group Moves Toward Metrics to Ensure Impact Investments Really Have Impact | Alex Daniels, The Chronicle of Philanthropy 

How Improved Evaluation Sharing Has the Potential to Strengthen a Foundation’s Work | Jennifer Glickman, Center for Effective Philanthropy 

Tired of "Systems-Level" Impact | Eduardo Andino, Philanthropy Daily 

Charlottesville Lessons: Listen to Those We Serve and Learn From Our Blind Spots | Henry Berman, The Chronicle of Philanthropy 

$700 Million and Counting: How Foundations Have Responded to Trump | Alex Daniels, The Chronicle of Philanthropy 

In case you missed it...

JFN Statement Against White Supremacy & Hate 

Shabbat shalom and have a great weekend! (Let's hope any news occurring over the coming Shabbat will be better than last week's.)