We are going to learn a simple idea that will build powerful and valuable donor interactions. In between receiving donations, we want to look for ways to give something back to our donors. The bigger the donor, the more we want to have these building opportunities. Before the Chaggim, there’s an additional
It was in the first month of the second year on the first of the month that the Mishkan was erected. (Shemos 40:17) As we culminate the construction of the Mishkan in this week’s Parshas Vayakhel / Pekudei, and launch into Sefer Vayikra next week, we are again challenged by a methodology to teach beginners... Read more »
As busy rabbis and educators, we are all sending and receiving thousands of emails a month. To that end, it's important to be aware of how you can get people to not just read your messages — but to respond to them as well! Over the past year, Boomerang researched what factors contribute to getting higher response
As the Kuzari explains, Judaism introduced the world to the universally accepted seven-day week. The culmination of the week for the Jewish people is the Sabbath – a day of rest, connection to God, and rejuvenation. Subsequently, other religions adopted the Shabbat principle by taking a weekly day off from