Ben & Jerry's is running a new promotion that will use real fan photos for local marketing campaigns (you can read more about the campaign here). They are asking fans to upload their ice cream instagram
People are beginning to talk about NLE Resources, and all that it offers rabbis and educators around in the world. In fact, we’ve been receiving requests, recommendations, and resources, and we just say, “keep ‘em coming!”. We’re looking to create the most useful resource depot online. Just recently, Rahel Halabe, a teacher of modern and biblical... Read more »
Nowadays, it seems like everyone knows about Chanukah! And, while there is a debate as to how to spell the name of this joyous holiday (see here), for tens of thousands of Jews, one thing
Receiving feedback about a guest lecturer, new program, or trip to Israel is crucial to your success. After all, you are interested in reaching people and offering timely and relevant programming.
Halachically Speaking is a monthly publication compiled by Rabbi Moishe Dovid Lebovits, a former chaver kollel of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and a musmach
A new study from Charity Dynamics and NTEN - the Nonprofit Donor Engagement Benchmark Study finds that a majority of donors (65%) reported supporting
We have now formally entered Kislev, and it's time to begin your Chanukah preparations. If you are someone who is searching for an inexpensive way to send out Chanukah cards
Days after Hurricane Sandy touched down, we published a post entitled, Insights from Chazal on Hurricanes! This post was followed by another which revealed new ways How Your Organization Can Raise Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds.
You've found a a great video that you think will help explain something or inspire a student/congregant. Still, you feel hesitant about sending a link to YouTube because unless the recipient has WebChaver or K9 Web Protection on their computer
Many organizations rely upon grants and donations to survive. We recommend that you (at least once a year) perform a sort of "cheshbon hanefesh" by putting yourself in your donors’ shoes.