Meet the Jewish teen helping inner St. Louis students succeed in school, one pencil at a time.
A Jewish organization that provides much needed care and financial assistance to aging survivors of the Holocaust will receive the royalties from the American sales of “Mein Kampf.”
Historically, Jewish groups have tread carefully to avoid jeopardizing their non-profit status. This election is different, leaders say.
Complex compensation packages including large deferred payouts are increasingly standard for leaders of Jewish not-for-profit organizations. Is the practice needed to lure top-rank talent — or a way to mask the true cost of high-priced CEO’s?
A U.S. Senate subcommittee voted to more than double funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program to $25 million for the coming year.
Another Jewish social service agency has replaced FEGS as New York City’s largest social service group.
American Jewish World Service has successfully raised millions for overseas relief work. But it had to scrap a domestic advocacy push after donors balked.
The Jewish social services behemoth FEGS Health & Human Services will soon file for bankruptcy, the Forward has learned.
FEGS dumped millions into a for-profit tech subsidiary even as its own finances went south. By doing so, did the Jewish social service charity kill its own chances of surviving?