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.
Recently, a rabbi contacted us through our website asking for links to sites that address topics such as contemporary halacha as well as Choshen Mishpat. Below, we share with you two links to sites that address such matters.
Recently, we featured a service called AskSunday.com that allows typical people like you and me to have a personal assistant (you can read all about it here). In this blog post we are going to highlight a new service that will give you assistance
We all know how a great quote can really make the difference and help drive home your message. Sometimes, one quote makes the difference and really resonates with a crowd.
As a rabbi and educator we live very busy lives. Often, you may wish that you could have access to your own personal assistant. Instead, getting all your errands done is seemingly always impossible
Nowadays, the first thing that many people look at our touch in the morning is their cellphone. And so, capitalizing on the fact that people look at their phones seemingly hundreds of times throughout the day, there are several shuls (see here and here) who have set up "virtual pushkas"
You've started a community kollel or a local day school. Much of your success has been due to the hard work and long hours that you and your founding board members have put in to make sure that everything runs smoothly.
Torah Tidbits has always been written by the Educational Director of the OU's Israel Center, Mr. Phil Chernofsky. Recently Torah Tidbits published their 1000th issue.