For anyone running a non-profit who has ever struggled to get participants to show up, volunteers to buy in or donors to sponsor – this training is a game changer. All of the above are actually solved by having a proper marketing strategy and next Thursday, Estie Starr, who worked in marketing for Kiruv for... Read more »

Over the past forty years, several books stand out as the go-to reads introducing newcomers to Judaism: Rabbi Abraham Twerski, MD’s zt”l Generation to Generation and Let Us Make Man, Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan’s zt”l Anthology, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s zt”l Halakhic Man, l’havdil bein chaim l’chaim, Rabbi Mayer Schiller’s The Road Back, Rabbi Akiva Tatz, MD’s Anatomy... Read more »

Rabbi Nachman Bulman z”tl beautifully describes the eternal connection of the Jewish people to Jerusalem in the Forward of David Rossoff’s, Where Heaven Touches Earth: “Locations where Jews have lived since our Father Avraham’s time, have dotted the globe. But one Place remains central from beginning to end – Yerushalayim, the heartland of Hashem’s People.... Read more »

Updated May 10, 2021 Days after the Meron Tragedy, many people have questions and are searching for religious responses to the seemingly unreal events that unfolded on Lag B’Omer. The following are a collection of thoughtful and insightful resources devoted to exploring religious responses to this tragic episode in Jewish history. We wish a speedy return to normalcy for... Read more »

The Jewish world suffered a great loss last week with the untimely passing of Rabbi Matisiyahu Rosenblum zt”l. Rabbi Rosenblum served as a senior collaborative writer and editor on many shiurim in the Morasha Curriculum between 2009 – 2014. During a shiva visit to his eldest brother, l’havdil bein chaim l’chaim, Rabbi Yonason Rosenblum, Shlita, we gained further... Read more »

Olami Professional Circles online is a unique program for young Jewish professionals, who are looking to gain an edge in business. Access virtual boardroom business sessions on a weekly basis with some of the Jewish community's most, successful business leaders and entrepreneurs - from venture capitalists to big pharma executives