Online publisher eJewish Philanthropy was launched in 2007 as an online publisher and facilitator of resource mobilization serving the professional Jewish community, according to the overview on their website.
The website publishes original thought pieces on issues facing the community along with information on the newest digital and best practice strategies as they relate to managing and promoting a nonprofit organization. Forging partnerships worldwide, eJewish Philanthropy serve as a global bulletin board showcasing grassroots Jewish activists and community builders, embracing future challenges.
“We’re Learning How to Succeed at Engaging Jewish Families,” written by Edward Frim, executive director at the Agency for Jewish Learning, is an analysis of how Pittsburgh is achieving success in engaging families. Read Frim’s article at eJewish Philanthropy.