Are interfaith families a priority for Jewish funding?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 20, 2014 Contact: Liz Polay-Wettengel, National Director of Marketing and Communications e: firstname.lastname@example.org p: 617.581.6869 INTERFAITHFAMILY RECOGNIZED FOR TENTH YEAR IN SLINGSHOT GUIDE Tenth Annual Slingshot Guide Highlights the Best of the Thriving Jewish Nonprofit World Newton, MA – InterfaithFamily has once again been named one of North America’s top 82 […]
(Newton, MA)—June 24, 2014—InterfaithFamily is honored to be selected for the second consecutive year as a core grantee by The Natan Fund, a giving circle based in New York City. The Natan Fund announced Tuesday they will give $953,000 to 54 grantees. This year’s grant is part of the organization’s 11th annual round of grantmaking. […]
Jewish American families have a pretty fantastic start for festivities this year since Hanukkah starts so early in the season—and in case you missed it—Hanukkah begins Thanksgiving style. It is a fascinating calendar correlation, and as cute as Thanksgivukkah is, Thanksgiving ends in a day, and Hanukkah still goes on for a full eight days […]
Sharing stories, teaching philanthropy, practicing social action, and demonstrating happiness are the keys to sharing Judaism with grandchildren says one grandmother.
Article on the 2006 edition of Slingshot, a directory of 50 innovative Jewish organizations that’s targeted towards young philanthropists, including InterfaithFamily.com.
Reprinted news article about the stipulation of a large-scale philanthropist that his money be used to finance only cultural Jewish education.
An excerpt from Edgar Bronfman and Beth Zasloff’s book Hope Not Fear.
Profile of Adam Bronfman, an intermarried Jewish philanthropist who focuses his efforts on outreach to interfaith families.