In the first part of this post, we explored how if you are looking for new donors, a rented (or borrowed) mailing list might be a goldmine. We also discussed concepts such as: Compiled vs. Response Lists and how to evaluate if a list is right for your organization. When it comes to paying for a list, expect to pay in full up front
To date, there are a select number of Orthodox rabbis and educators that offer podcasts on iTunes. The only Orthodox organization that has a really strong presence on iTunes is the Orthodox Union. Guess what? You and your organization can also offer any of your recorded shiurim and classes as a podcast on
The Mayberg Family Charitable Foundation recently announced the second year of the Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC), a grant initiative designed to stimulate and reward innovation in Jewish middle and high school education in North America. The JEIC supplies the opportunity for
Ten days ago, 850,000 Jews converged on the streets of Jerusalem for the biggest funeral in Israel’s history -- the funeral of Rav Ovadia Yosef. News agencies around the world covered Rav Ovadia’s passing, and recorded the highlights of the life of this great rabbi, political leader and social revolutionary.
A number of years ago, mobile apps used to be something that were designed only for Fortune 500 businesses with large budgets. Nowadays, everyone seems to have an app in an effort to reach their constituents. Is your shul or school looking to build an app? Several months ago, we highlighted (see here) some of... Read more »