Investing, not donating: Updating how American Jews give to Israel
Should American Jews think differently about where they send their money in Israel now the Jewish state is far less the 'poor relative?'
When I think about the stories I've heard about my great grandmother, an immigrant from Russia who settled in New York in the late 19th century, as well as my memories of my grandmother, philanthropy was a dominant part of their life. The stories were never focused on whom they helped or what cause they funded but rather on the practice of giving and the social events surrounding that giving. Their philanthropy,...
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