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Pandemic Philanthropy: The State of Giving to the Jewish State

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Friends of Yad Sarah hosted this in-depth, round table discussion about Israel philanthropy in unprecedented times, with expert panelists Stanley Weinstein (Chair of the Israel and Overseas Committee at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation), Amy Holtz (co-founder of the Jewish Future Pledge), and Dr. Jonathan Donath (Director of Daily Giving). Led by moderator Rabbi Barry Axler, this webinar discussed the pandemic's effect on donation levels, which institutions are most vulnerable, how trends we see today match up to challenges in the past, and what the future holds for Israel's non-profits as the world grapples with an uncertain economic future.

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