Uri Blau, eJewish Philanthropy
For the first time the federations’ finances and practices have been mapped by Haaretz, in collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Figures from four years of tax reports by every Jewish Federation in the United States, and dozens of community foundations, have been concentrated into interactive maps.
Robert Evans, eJewish Philanthropy
A just-released report examining charitable giving to houses of worship and other entities supporting religion suggests that Jewish households “are more generous than other households of other religious affiliations” and also notes that “35 percent of Jewish giving is directed to religious entities.”
Chris Jennewein, Times of San Diego
The San Diego Jewish Community Foundation is [also] the first among Jewish organizations nationwide to offer an impact investing pool.
Elie Kaunfer, eJewish Philanthropy
I suggest that, overall, we spend too much time thinking about how to allocate too little money.
Timothy Sandoval, The Chronicle of Philanthropy
If an organization does not evaluate whether its hiring process is fair to everyone, people of color and other minorities may never get a fair shot to work for it.
Maayan Hoffman, eJewish Philanthropy
Social impact businesses are transforming the Israeli landscape, making money and doing lots of good.
Natan is now accepting applications in four program areas: Confronting Antisemitism, Jewish Connections, Jerusalem, and Natan Grants for ROI Entrepreneurs.
Maria Di Mento, The Chronicle of Philanthropy
The survey found that 45 percent of experienced donors plan to give more money this year than they did in 2016.
Shabbat shalom and have a great weekend.Share