Is winning the lottery a big opportunity to do some good in the world, or does it more often spell moral disaster?
Through a series of trips and visits over the past decade, Jewish and Mormon leaders have strengthened their relationships.
A Broadway producer has admitted to taking nearly $500,000 from the New York charitable foundation his parents founded.
“Jewish organizations are going to be far more beholden to a smaller number of donors…these larger donors want what they want.”
A worthy Purim tradition is getting out of control — capitalism meeting religion at its very best. Or worst.
Consider making a donation to one (or all) of these Jewish charities that help fight hunger.
“Maybe if you’re lucky those notes will become much more valuable than just a regular tip,” Einstein said at the time.
If you’re wondering how to help, consider donating money (generally more helpful than donating food itself) to one of the following organizations.
Houston has a Jewish federation, but it’s best to support the city through Chicago’s federation at this stage of the Hurricane Harvey disaster.
Five years ago, the Met Council was one of the largest, most powerful charities in New York City. Today, it’s little but an afterthought.