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In fact, giving to United Jewish Communities - the umbrella organization of the Jewish federation system - and Jewish federations collectively represented 9 percent of all giving in the public society benefit category, playing a critical part in keeping giving to this sector solid.Jewish nonprofits everywhere are working to modify their business and communication plans, but too many are still failing to appeal to their own constituencies. And this prompts what we see as a severe lack of support of Jewish causes by Jewish donors.On the list of top 60 philanthropists from last year compiled by Slate and the Chronicle of Philanthropy, 16 are Jewish by birth or affiliation. Yet there is a notable absence of giving to Jewish-related causes.
Charitable Giving: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Robert I Evans; Avrum D Lapin Jewish Exponent; Jun 11, 2009; 226, 11; Docstoc pg. 19 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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