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Public Relations Workshops Available For Non-Profit Organizations

Organizations ranging from Chabad to Kars for Kids, the Anti-Defamation League to Hillel understand the importance of communicating to the media, donors and their key audience and as such regularly offer press releases. In Ohio, The Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations (OANO) is providing communications and non-profit training for organizations.  OANO has partnered with public […]

Non-Profit PR Awards

There are so many Jewish non-profit organizations from Chabad to Kars for Kids that do great Public Relations work –and now they can win awards. A leading PR publication, PR Daily has recently launched its first-ever PR and marketing communications competition solely for nonprofits. These awards are the first time ever that philanthropic foundations, kids […]

The Fresh Air of Passover

Passover is the Festival of Freedom, and for the needy, this means freedom from want. To that end, Jewish communities everywhere raise money on behalf of low-income families to help cover the costs of the holiday, which can be high. In addition to these efforts, Jewish families clean their homes to get rid of leavened […]

Most Innovative American-Jewish Nonprofits

For the third consecutive year, the BBYO Panim Institute has been honored as one of the nation’s 50 most innovative Jewish nonprofits. Slingshot a resource guide for Jewish innovation is distributed to 7,500 funders, foundation professionals, and organizational leaders annually.  One of their tasks annually is to choose the most inspiring American Jewish organizations. Choosing […]

Most Innovative American-Jewish Nonprofits

For the third consecutive year, the BBYO Panim Institute has been honored as one of the nation’s 50 most innovative Jewish nonprofits. Slingshot a resource guide for Jewish innovation is distributed to 7,500 funders, foundation professionals, and organizational leaders annually.  One of their tasks annually is to choose the most inspiring American Jewish organizations. Choosing […]

Passover

American Jewish World Service (AJWS), a Jewish organization working to promote human rights has joined with Florida Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz to release a Passover commentary connecting the rights of women and girls with this holiday dedicated to celebrating freedom. Rep. Wasserman Schultz wrote the holiday commentary to pay tribute to women worldwide during Women’s […]

Enter Brooklyn Say “Oh Wow”

Brooklyn is of course the home of Chabad, Williamsburg and said to be the birthplace of so much Jewish culture.  The “modern” Brooklyn continues to evolve with Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill and of course the Brooklyn Nets with Jay-Z prodding them along. Many have played key roles in the development of Brooklyn and along with […]

Jewish Organizations & Hurricane Sandy

Many Jewish organizations remain negatively impacted by Hurricane Sandy, including the Russian-American Jewish Experience (RAJE) which is one of the largest Jewish Kiruv organizations in the US, whose board members include Eugene Schneur, Ronn Torossian, Ed Mermelstein and others. Another organization is Congregation Kneseth Israel, whose Rabbi Chaim Leibtag said recently that more monies are […]

Ron Hershco: Russell Simmons to Chabad

A very generous donor to Chabad has also been a generous donor to a celebrity charity. Ron Hershco, a self-made entrepreneur has been an outspoken active supporter of the Russell Simmons Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation – which helps kids from NY to express themselves through art.  Simmons is known as a close friend of Rabbi […]

Ron Hershco: Arts & Chabad Of Oceanside

A real estate developer, Ron Hershco who recently donated a building to be used by Chabad of Oceanside as he resides in Long Island with his family has also announced generous donation of 2590 Atlantic Avenue, a 19th century bank building in Brooklyn to the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation.  Rush is a prominent non-profit which […]

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