Sunday, March 13

Priority 1

George Hanus is sure consistent:
In the Jewish world today there is a crisis of leadership. The priorities of the Jewish philanthropic establishment are upside down, so badly askew that it's as if someone is playing a cruel and surreal joke on the Jewish community. What we need is a top-to bottom re-prioritization of the Jewish philanthropic agenda, one that makes meaningful funding of Jewish education a primary goal. We need to put our children first...


At 11:58 PM, Blogger Reb Yudel said...

What do you mean "we"?

95% of my household's "philanthropic" dollars go toward Jewish education.

Rather than whining in the press about how other people spend their money, we need to either (1) convince other people face-to-face to give us their money, or (2) do a better job with our fundraising apparatus.

Oh yes, then there's number (3): Grow the pie. But only Chabad and Reform are willing to actually shmooze up the unwealthy unaffiliated.


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