We’re producing The Great Big Jewish Food Fest! An international celebration by and for people who love Jewish food. Online and in your kitchen from May 19-28, all free, raising money to support small businesses that are struggling, and organizations that are helping to address food insecurity in this moment, and every moment. Thousands are already registered! Come join the fun!
Originally published in eJewishPhilanthropy By Lisa Colton and Aliza Kline You may be noticing – and perhaps feeling energized or exhausted by – the huge amount of content coming your way. Organizations big and small are creating new online content in an effort to keep you feeling connected to the organization and to each other.
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At this time of year, we take time to reflect on ourselves over the past year, and to set intentions for how we will be in the coming year. All of us have room for improvement (think about Carol Dweck's "growth mindset") to become our best selves. Our personal well-being — physical, mental and spiritual
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Editors note: We often use this blog to highlight the wisdom and experience of those within our network. Isti Bardos is the Communications Director at Temple Israel in Memphis. On a recent webinar he was giving great advice to those getting started on Instagram, and we asked him to share some tips that make his
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Effective use of social media is critical today for being seen and understood, and developing relationships between and among your community members. This free 5 part series on the most important social media topics for synagogues today covers important and timely topics to help synagogue leaders — from novice to expert — take their digital
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Have you been to the Nonprofit Technology Conference? No? Oh boy, you've gotta come. It's a gathering of about 2000 of the country's most interesting do-gooders who use technology in any part of their work — from marketing and communications, to fundraising, to data management, and innovative leadership for cutting edge organizations. Each year, we
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