Storytelling is now a must, and the nonprofit world is no exception. Indeed, it would be a sin not to take advantage of a tool with the unique power of persuasion. However, creating high-impact content is a complicated process that requires specific knowledge and skills. So in this article, we decided to tell you what... Read more »

Rabbi Avraham Edelstein describes the Jewish nation’s extraordinary connection to the Land of Israel in his commentary on Parshas Masay: “After man lost the Garden of Eden, the Land of Israel became the greatest spiritual place on earth, the link between Heaven and Earth and hence the epicenter of the world. This intrinsic holiness of... Read more »
Rabbi Moshe Dovid Robinson has created a great tool that we are certain that you and your students can find incredibly helpful.  Use this link. Note: this Google Calendar setup can only be done on your desktop. Next, you click the settings wheel on your Google calendar and there’s an import-export icon on the left... Read more »

You know those uber-organized people who keep color-coded calendars, never show up late, and fill the cracks in their day with productive tasks? An admirable group. Many of us, however, haven’t yet reached their madreiga. Leaders are often visionaries – creative, innovative, big-picture thinkers. Keeping track of nitty-gritty practical details isn’t always our strong suit. But there’s... Read more »

We are honored to present Rabbi Yaakov Moskowitz’s new video commemorating the yahrzeit of Rav Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg zt”l – 27 Adar 5772 / March 30, 2012. This presentation is the next installment of his “Growth Through Our Gedolim” series. I was at a question and answer session several years ago with Rav Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg... Read more »

Rebbe says: … “Look at (scrutinize) three things, and you will not come to the hands of sin. Know what is above you: An eye which sees, an ear which hears, and all your actions are written in a book.” (Avot 2:1) רבי אומר… הִסְתַּכֵּל בִּשְׁלשָׁה דְבָרִים וְאִי אַתָּה בָא לִידֵי עֲבֵרָה, דַּע מַה לְּמַעְלָה... Read more »

A while back, while fundraising for a kiruv project geared for American Jewish students, I decided to do something out-of-the-box. The American fundraising landscape is filled with Jewish (or Jew-ish) philanthropic foundations. Most of them weren’t established to fund your typical Torah learning program. But I wanted to conduct a little experiment. I wanted to... Read more »

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