Buyer Beware: The Hidden Costs of Free Software for Nonprofits By Gretchen Barry Originally published on eJewishPhilanthropy The Appeal and Illusion of Free When it comes to purchasing new software, many organizations do so to increase efficiency, save time, and …

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By Rabbi Arnold Samlan Originally posted on eJewishPhilanthropy.com A hallmark of my work as a rabbi and Jewish educational leader has included the use of social media, be it as a blogger, and as a user of Facebook and Twitter. …

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A sign that your email server has been down is if you are a member of a Jewish community and you didn’t receive numerous email solicitations from non-profit organizations during the final week of 2010. Many of these charitable organizations …

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Jvillage Network’s Yoram Samets wrote an interesting essay for the eJewishPhilanthropy blog titled “Purposeful and Passionate: Synagogues in the Age of Facebook.” Ultimately, I think he was being too delicate with synagogues by letting them know that it’s okay to …

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