Monthly Archives: March 2015

Should Nonprofits Be Held to a Business Standard?

Last week on eJewish Philanthropy, Yehudit Sidikman published an article entitled: “What We Should Learn from Moses- the First Jewish Fundraiser” (http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/what-we-should-learn-from-moses-the-first-jewish-fundraiser/?utm_source=Mar+2+Mon&utm_campaign=Mon+Mar+2&utm_medium=email). Her main premise was that “For nonprofits to compete for the talented and professional employees they need to … Continue reading

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Why is Giving in Israel Less than in Other First World Countries?

Hi All,   I was recently contacted by a connection on LinkedIn. He is a director at an association of parents of children with disabilities in Uganda. His questions for me were the following:    “What is new in Israel … Continue reading

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