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Top 10 Halachot of Jewish Charity Events

Yoav Kaufman 10/25/2009

From: The Weekly Bang By:bangitout.com Top Ten Rules to Jewish Young Leadership Charity Events: 10. You have no idea what the charity actually does, so long as it has something to do with Israel,…

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Just For Fun

Yoav Kaufman 06/29/2009

Funny Yiddish video that I originally posted at the Negev Writing blog. (The guys on the extreme left and right are my favs) Check out the article I posted along with it at Negev…

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What Does Philanthropy Mean to You?

Yoav Kaufman 06/05/2009

What is the definition of philanthropy? This fun and heart warming video explores the notion of the concept of philanthropy through the eyes of givers and the average person on the street. “Co-produced by…

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Everything is amazing, nobody is happy…

Yoav Kaufman 03/03/2009

Sometimes we take technology for granted. Do you remember the days of old when we had rotary phones? The miracles of technology are all around us if we just open our eyes and take…

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MalePerm.com – A New Twist in Fundraising!

Yoav Kaufman 02/16/2009

Forget shaving your hair to raise money!  Here’s the latest “hair raising” trend in fundraising… Excerpts From the NYTimes.com Monday, Feb. 16th, 2009. “Friends helping friends one curl at a time” “Some people may…

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Way Too Much Information!

Yoav Kaufman 01/29/2009

Some non-profit web sites can be over designed or just badly designed. See https://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/worst-nonprofit-web-sites-of-2007.html for some the top 10 worst non-profit web sites of 2007! Are these cases of design by committee, a lack…

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When Times Get Tough

Yoav Kaufman 10/30/2008

Marketing in the Non-Profit sector. When times get tough graph. Hat tip to Katya’s Non-Profit Marketing Blog for the image.

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Speedy (and Cheap) Delivery

Yoav Kaufman 06/05/2008

Wired Magazine compliments the U.S. Postal System… “It’s fun to complain about the mail, but look: You can send a letter across the country in three days for 41 cents.” – Wired Magazine, Issue…

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