Consider making a donation to one (or all) of these Jewish charities that help fight hunger.
American charities are raising more than they did before the Great Recession, but Jewish federations across the country are floundering, according to a new study published June 14.
For 195 years, the Female Hebrew Benevolent Society has been helping women. Here’s its recipe for success.
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A new internship program places Palestinian techies with Israeli companies. Does it boost the West Bank’s burgeoning tech scene — or normalize the occupation?
Richard Gilder and Lewis Lehrman created the world’s largest collection of American historical documents in private hands and started a not-for-profit to share them.
Josh Nathan-Kazis hoped to write a story about the money Jewish charities spend on lobbyists. That turned out to be impossible, because their tax filings are such a mess.
From architecture to public education, the Pritzkers, one of the wealthiest families in the United States, support a diverse array of philanthropic causes. Here are the most important ones.
Transgender people are still banned from serving openly in the U.S. military. Colonel Jennifer Pritzker, Jewish billionaire and army veteran, is trying to change that.
There are plenty of variables to weigh when deciding how to support charities. Elissa Strauss writes that it’s even more complicated if one chooses to give Jewishly.