Note the ADL’s special section for governments and schools on Negotiating the ‘December Dilemma.’ Recommended reading: “Yad Vashem Recognizes Albanian Muslims Among Righteous Gentiles.” Hadassah has long been renowned as the central address for Jewish women’s philanthropy.
You’ll notice in the comparison chart above that with a net worth of 5 million net assets, Hadassah is far and away the wealthiest organization on the list.* This is true even more than you think: Hadassah women are loyal devotees of the organization and many women active in the Jewish community have lifetime Hadassah memberships.
With little overhead, many major Jewish American organizations trust PEF to get the job done.
Photo: Justice Louis Brandeis (pictured), Rabbi Stephen Wise, and Robert Szold were the original founders of PEF in 1922.
In closing, Forbes recommends that you: “Treat any would-be donation like you would an investment.
Knowing what we do about fundraising, the UJC’s information indicates that they are considered a primary giving destination in the American Jewish community that has deep impact and strong results.Visit one of the largest elephant orphanages in the world 3. Wonder at Kandy’s iconic Temple of the Tooth site 4. The Cultural Triangle – treasure trove of ancient ruins, rocks and wildlife 6. Pick tea and step back in time in ‘Little England’ 8. Taking a Closer Look On Forbes Magazine’s list of top 200 US charities, 12 Jewish foundations are featured. I think you will find their names no surprise based on Forbes’ criteria of “charitable commitment, fundraising efficiency, and donor dependency.” So who are the largest US Jewish foundations and what do we need to know about them? Forbes’ criteria eliminated from its list private foundations, academic institutions, and community and religious organizations without high degrees of transparency.Foundations were assessed on the basis of three characteristics: charitable commitment, fundraising efficiency, and donor dependency.