Robin Glaubman

January 17, 2020

Propel Grant Dummy

January 3, 2020

Ride for the Living 2020

December 31, 2019

Community Event

As we move away from Hanukkah into the New Year, we recognize that we are in very difficult times and can only hope for a brighter 2020. Over the course of Hanukkah, there were 10 attacks on Jews in the New York metropolitan area, culminating in the stabbing attack at a Rabbi’s home in Monsey. Anti-Semitic attacks, no matter where they happen, are attacks on all of us. We must respond, and our response cannot be cowering back.
December 4, 2019

A Focus on Next Generation Philanthropy

Lindy and Norm Radow: Giving Thoughtfully and Strategically For Lindy and Norman Radow, philanthropy is about gratitude, of course. But even […]
November 19, 2019

Unleashing Your Creativity

November 18, 2019

Enjoy Our Recipes

Our Thanksgiving Pot Luck Recipes The sign-up list for our annual Thanksgiving Pot Luck Luncheon on Friday, November 22, is […]
November 18, 2019

Donations of Stock & “Bunching”

3 End-of-Year Questions for Christy Eckoff Chief Foundation Officer, Managing Director, Atlanta Jewish Foundation Q:  How does having a donor-advised […]
November 18, 2019

Service: A skill that can be learned

Jewish Atlanta Learns About Great Customer Service from a Deli What can Jewish Atlanta learn from a deli? It turns […]
November 11, 2019

NextGen Networking


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