Nonprofits Still Seen Struggling Long After Recession

The Jewish Week. (Dec 31, 2014.) One billion dollars lost. With the U.S. economy digging itself out of a deep hole, the $1 billion figure represents the collective revenue loss to Jewish nonprofits from 2007, the start of the Great Recession, to 2012, according to a new study. That’s an 11 percent drop in money…

Can’t Buy Me Judaism

eJewish Philanthropy. (August 2012.) The most important things can’t be bought and sold. Two articles in The Jewish Daily Forward this summer seemed to assume Judaism isn’t one of them… Read article at eJewish Philanthropy >>