As a human being – let alone a person who works as a Jewish leader and in the nonprofit space – you need to be an amazing online and offline communicator. To that end, we aim to follow communication trends to effectively reach our students. I’m sure you’ve seen that LinkedIn has recently also added... Read more »
There was an amazing donor experiment done by US based foodforthepoor.org. It's a billion dollars a year, food and humanitarian aid organization. Their executive director, Angel Aloma, sent an additional thank-you letter out to their donors in the month of February of that year.
As rabbis, educators and Jewish leaders, we are constantly speaking and teaching and looking for an inspiring story or quote to help drive home our point. If you are ever looking to verify a particular quote, you should always head to the reliable Quote Investigator. This Sherlock Holmes goes to inordinate lengths, almost a magazine article... Read more »
By now, many people have seen a video that was created on TikTok. That said, you may not realize that it was actually created and generated using this new social media platform. To learn more about TikTok, read our initial article here. However, with the Corona pandemic causing people to remain indoors for months at a time
Throughout world history, the Jewish people have endured severe ongoing hate, persecution, exile, violence and genocide. Although in recent decades American Jews have not experienced much anti-Semitism, anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S. increased more than one-third in 2016 reflected by assaults, vandalism, and
Many rabbis and educators have always had a book or two in them and have just not invested the time to sit down and crank it out. Now is the time to do so – and the book can even help generate funds for you/your organization! We recommend that you consider publishing it using a print-on-demand (POD) service so the books are printed one at a time
Navigating the challenges of coronavirus requires sayata d’Shmaya to establish and integrate an effective strategy to maintain your physical and mental health while promoting spiritual growth. While we continue to share many resources to refer to, today we’d like to add and highlight a few more important articles
As we all move to online learning, StreamYard is an important and affordable tool that any nonprofit or educational institution must know about. Why? Because it allows you to broadcast live streaming video. The host can invite up to 10 different guests to join via their incoming video connections!
With everyone in the business, nonrprofit and educational world moving to online video calls, Miro — shared white board for video calls — is an important free web-based tool that allows all participants to draw, or post notes, on the same white page in real time. All that you need to do is, open Miro... Read more »
The coronavirus has forced the unprecedented closing of shuls worldwide. Moreover, because the virus is so contagious and it is difficult to ensure that social distancing will prevent inadvertent transmission, many communities have restricted davening to the home – b’yichidus. Rabbi Asher Arieli, Rosh Hayeshiva of Mir, said on Friday we face the challenge