Tip of the Day


Salons for the Savvy Organization

Yoav Kaufman 03/29/2011

Today’s eJewish Philanthropy features an article by Susan Weidman Schneider, one of Lilith Magazines founders, on the concept on Salons. She writes…Salons, popular among intellectually curious and avant-garde Jewish women from the eighteenth century onward,…

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Chabad In Japan

Yoav Kaufman 03/22/2011

If anyone would like to donate money to Japan, our Chabad friends in Tokyo finally found time to put a donation site up. Here is the link: https://www.japanjewishrelief.com/ We have known Rabbi Senderovic for…

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Israel First to Set Up Field Hospital In Japan

Yoav Kaufman 03/21/2011

  This is a photograph of   Minami-sanriko, a fishing village in Northern Japan. Or what’s left of it. It’s now the site of the first foreign field hospital set up to aid the survivors of…

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NextMark’s Mailing List Search Tool

Yoav Kaufman 02/21/2011

Repost from the Nextmark blog about the Nextmark list search tool. Looking for postal lists for your next marketing campaign?  The Nextmark list search feature is a good place to start. “There’s big demand…

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The Most Charitable Cities in the United States

Yoav Kaufman 12/28/2010

“While PlayStations fill holiday gift lists, ’tis also the season for giving to the less fortunate. From donations to volunteerism, The Daily Beast ranks the cities with the biggest hearts.” Link to full article…

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Stop the Press! Forward Names Surman Associate Publisher

Yoav Kaufman 12/02/2010

The Forward, America’s most influential Jewish weekly newspaper and website, has appointed Barry S. Surman associate publisher. In his position, Surman will be responsible for growing both the print and digital revenues of the Forward…

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Award-Winning Consultants

Yoav Kaufman 07/29/2010

Lautman Maska Neill & Company is proud that three campaigns – which successfully raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for three wonderful organizations – were awarded Silver Maxis by the Direct Marketing Association of…

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The Saddest Day

Yoav Kaufman 07/19/2010

Tisha B’Av, the ninth day of the Jewish month of Av is by far the saddest day in the scope of Jewish history. Both the First Temple and the Second Temple were destroyed on…

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