Tag: Planning

23 Sep

Post-High Holidays Road Map for Synagogues

For more than half a year, most synagogues have been physically closed, but working to keep their communities open and connected virtually in prayer, learning, programs and activities. Some...

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05 Jun

Development Professionals: Maximize Your Summer

by Nanette Fridman and Jennifer Weinstock. This article originally appeared in Hayidion. If you want to increase your fundraising, improve your relationships, align your staff and get creative, summer...

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31 Mar

Your Jewish Organization Needs to Think Like a B-Org

This article originally appeared on eJewishPhilanthropy.com. You can see the original at http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/your-jewish-organization-needs-to-think-like-a-b-org/ Please indulge the lawyer in me while we talk a little corporate law. Over the last...

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02 Sep

Why Your Organization Should be in Back to School Mode

The air is changing, and it is becoming dark earlier here in the Northeast. The stores have been in back-to-school mode for months. Yesterday I noticed that the Halloween...

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29 Mar

Spring Cleaning – Organizational Style

Despite the snow remaining on the ground here in Boston, all signs point to spring!  The birds are chirping. It is light well into the evening hours, and I...

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21 Feb

Planning and Investment

I am sitting in my hotel room overlooking Delray Beach while my 3 year old sleeps after a  fantastic morning at the pool and lunch. My family and I...

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31 Dec

Planning for Your Community’s Future

Below is an article that I wrote that was published by eJewishPhilanthropy.com Planning for Your Community’s Future December 31, 2009 by eJP by Nanette Fridman As we embark upon...

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