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Chaya Gilboa has assumed the position of Director of Jewish Engagement of the Leichtag Foundation and Leichtag Commons. A native Jerusalemite and a longtime educator known around the globe for […]
Ilana Kaufman has been appointed Director of the Jews of Color Field Building Initiative effective August 1, 2018. Ilana previously served as a Program Officer at the San Francisco Federation […]
Features Jenny Camhi, Hive Director Open the door to this co-working space in Atlanta, and a long table with people working, typing and talking away confronts you. Exposed brick and […]
by Charlene Seidle, Executive Vice President Are donor advised funds merely a tax shelter for the reluctantly philanthropic? This seems to be the overriding premise of “How Tech Billionaires Hack […]
Israel Institute https://israelinstitute.org/ The Israel Institute enhances knowledge about modern Israel through the expansion of accessible, innovative learning opportunities, on and beyond campus. The Institute’s many programs and initiatives advance […]
San Diego Food System Alliance www.sdfsa.org As a multi-sector collaborative, the San Diego Food System Alliance (the Alliance) creates system level changes by connecting, coordinating and catalyzing actions that promote […]
Accion https://us.accion.org A nationwide nonprofit lending network, Accion provides fair and flexible loans, connections to business experts, and access to resources and opportunities specifically tailored to each business owner’s unique […]
Produce Good www.producegood.org Addressing food waste and food insecurity in San Diego County with the help of a strong volunteer corps, Produce Good harvests unused produce and distributes it into […]
Temech http://temech.org Temech provides the financial, socioeconomic and professional tools needed to raise the employability and professional levels of Ultra-Orthodox women, thereby reducing their poverty and dependence on social services […]