Associates and Partners
A famous line from Beth Kanter and Allison Fine's book The Networked Nonprofit reads, "do what you do best, and network the rest". At Darim, we're strong believers in this motto, both to keep our work high quality, focused and efficient, and also to bring the best resources of the wider nonprofit and for profit fields to benefit the Jewish community. Thus, we seek to develop partnerships with a diverse set of organizations and individuals to bring their talents into our projects. Below are a sampling of our recent partnerships.
Big Duck is a fantastic branding and communications firm based in Brooklyn, New York, that works with nonprofits of all sizes to help them increase visibility. Big Duck combines nonprofit expertise, strategic thinking, and creative solutions to address communications challenges. Darim has partnered with Big Duck in the AVI CHAI Foundation Technology Academy. Working with 10 day schools in the New York and New Jersey area, Big Duck coaches worked one-on-one with school leadership to mature their social media use, create a social media project, and drive a Causes based fundraising campaign on Facebook. Learn more at http://bigducknyc.org and at @bigduck
is a nonprofit organization based in Portland, Maine which provides thoroughly researched, impartial and accessible resources about software to help nonprofits make smart software decisions. Darim has partnered with Idealware to create the Nonprofit Social Media Policy Workbook, and to present associated workshops both online and in person at the Nonprofit Technology Network conference. Idealware has published the general nonprofit version, and Darim is publishing the Jewish customized version. Learn more at http://www.idealware.org and at @idealware.
is a nonprofit based in New York that connects forward-thinking educators and volunteer leaders in order to spark new ideas and approaches to Jewish education. The Jewish Education Project provides tools, resources, and technology to spread those new ideas, which impact the education of more than 200,000 Jewish children, teens and families across 800 organizations. Learn more at http://www.thejewisheducationproject.org and at @jewished
Darim Online also works regularly with a skilled team of consultants and coaches to provide the capacity and expertise for our programs. This team includes: