Tag Archives: Philanthropy

Philanthropy 2020: Meaningfully Impacted By Politics, Tax Law And Climate Change

As the philanthropic landscape continues to evolve in 2020, expect these meaningful developments. 

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Donate Now To Ensure Free, Fair Elections In 2020

The right to vote is one of the most precious rights in our democracy – and it is under attack. In the last decade, many U.S. states have made it harder for people to vote, adopting tactics such as stricter identification requirements, polling place closures, limits on voter registration and early voting, and purges of voter lists.

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AEPi International Seeking New Round of Beneficiaries

Alpha Epsilon Pi, the world’s leading Jewish college fraternity, is looking for new Jewish and Israeli philanthropy beneficiaries to benefit from the fundraising muscle of the International Fraternity’s 185 chapters around the world.

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The “Secret Sauce” Of Thriving 100-Year Families

When working with affluent families, I often hear the popular warning: “Shirtsleeves-to-shirtsleeves in three generations.” This quote suggests that a family’s wealth often disappears by the time it reaches the grandchildren of the wealth-creating generation.

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Philanthropy: It’s The Best Antidote To Despair

The best antidote to the current pandemic of hopelessness is philanthropy, which is inherently optimistic -- reflecting the fundamental belief that we can have a positive impact on stubborn societal issues and the lives of others.

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JNF-USA Raises Half A Billion Dollars For Israel In Just Four Years

As thousands of people from across the world celebrate the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence, Jewish National Fund-USA is proud to announce that over 600,000 donors have raised $505 million for JNF's One Billion Dollar Roadmap for the Next Decade campaign in just four years.

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