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Announcing a new resource! Connecting Tzedakah to Jewish Holidays

Want to make tzedakah a year-round commitment, instead of just something we do once a year?

The Year In Giving: Connecting Tzedakah to the Cycle of Jewish Holidays is a wonderful resource that gives you several options for how to incorporate tzedakah giving in your community year-round.

Empower your students to celebrate the Jewish holidays with a focus on... Read more


The Tzedakah Curriculum Has Arrived!

Aug 01, 2012 by miaj  | 

It’s finally here!

Today, American Jewish World Service released its first-ever school curriculum, entitled Where Do You Give? A Tzedakah Curriculum. A Tzedakah Curriculum is filled with original, innovative and interactive materials that challenge students to think carefully and... Read more


The Curriculum Countdown Continues!

Jul 31, 2012 by miaj  | 

Yesterday we shared part of our new Where Do You Give? Tzedakah Curriculum (see this post) in anticipation of our curriculum’s big release tomorrow for FREE download on our website. To give you another exciting taste, we’re now turning our attention to a different lesson: the definition of... Read more


The 3 Day Countdown to our Where Do You Give? Curriculum!

Jul 30, 2012 by miaj  | 

The countdown has begun!

After months of hard work and dedication from our staff, partners and sponsors, Where Do You Give? is proud to announce (drummroll please…)

Our Tzedakah Curriculum will be available for free download, this Wednesday, August 1!

We’re hugely excited to share this... Read more


Celebrating New Tools for Inspired Philanthropy

Our Giving by Design event was a huge success! Around 100 people joined us at the 92Y Tribeca to celebrate our Where Do You Give? winners and engage in deep conversation about where we give, to whom and why.

The event was only part of a two-day-long celebration. What did we do, who did we... Read more


Slideshow: Giving by Design

What a lively and thought-provoking conversation about the meaning of philanthropy – one that included the multiple voices of speakers and participants, the written “conversation” about giving priorities on the chalk board wall, and the visual “conversation” inspired by the... Read more


Wide-Eyed Innocence—Reflections from Uganda

When Doug Burnett was named Grand Prize Winner of the Tzedakah Box category in the Where Do You Give? National Design Competition (for his “Vending Box” design), he received a cash prize and the opportunity to travel to Uganda with Global Circle, the community of young professionals who... Read more