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The Challenge of Fundraising in Israel

“This is the worst time for fundraising in America in fifty years! There are simply fewer donors, most of whom have less money and more fears. Donors also have far more restrictions, more concerns about the organizations themselves, and less restraint in offering interference and making demands of organization. Philanthropic dollars are in shorter supply and harder to come by, and there are no indications that this situation will change any time soon.” ( Dr. Elana Maryles Sztokman)

Great news for fundraisers in Israel!

Last May the Israel Association of Professional Fundraisers (IAPF) held their launch conference in Tel Aviv – and with it, the 200+ attendees formally declared fundraising a profession in Israel, not just an occupation!

Jewish CEO’s experimenting…

News from the federations – A generational changing of the guard throughout North America’s largest Jewish charitable network is opening the door to new chief executives increasingly open to experimenting with changes to the century-old funding model favored by local federations.


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