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On Service, Philanthropy and Flexing our Leadership Muscles

by Dana Baruch, as featured on the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation Blog, May 1, 2015 In March we gathered in Austin, TX to celebrate our 10th Anniversary. This celebration, which was one of many celebrations throughout the year, focused on honoring volunteer leadership. We recognized several of our board members, and honored Dana Baruch, a … Continue reading On Service, Philanthropy and Flexing our Leadership Muscles

Your Organization’s Best New Asset: A Giving Circle

by Joelle Asaro Berman, as published in eJewishPhilanthropy April 28, 2015 Giving circles can be your organization’s best new asset. They are a highly malleable, customizable tool for creating a culture of giving in your organization. They can also help you achieve many of your organization’s goals in a meaningful way that will leave your … Continue reading Your Organization’s Best New Asset: A Giving Circle

Finding Philanthropy, Service and Community All in One

The feature comes to us from Stanford Challah for Hunger leaders, Santana and Rachel, and the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation Blog. Rachel and Santana recently served as committee members for Challah for Hunger’s January west coast leadership summit. Both Rachel and Santana serve as Co-Directors of the Stanford Challah for Hunger chapter. They … Continue reading Finding Philanthropy, Service and Community All in One