Last week 2 of our three winners, Lily (Change Sculpture) and Michael (Grocery Store tags), plus Michael’s wife Elizabeth, came to New York to celebrate their national design competition wins, and to join Where Do You Give? and over 90 guests (!) for Giving by Design: Celebrating New Tools for Inspired Philanthropy Wednesday evening at 92YTribeca (more to come on... Read more
Spare Change is an independent newspaper in Boston, which is mostly written and entirely distributed by homeless and formerly homeless individuals. The newspaper serves as an economic opportunity for people working their way out of homelessness, as vendors buy copies of the paper from the... Read more
My name is Mia, and I’m the new summer intern working at Where Do You Give? I’m so excited to be here!
I thought I’d start by telling you a little about myself: I’m originally from northern New Jersey, and about to enter my senior year at the University of Pittsburgh, where I’m... Read more
Our Where Do You Give? kick off event is coming up on June 20! Meet one of our speakers, Karen Pittelman, who uses her privilege to make change in the world.
This post was originally published by Pursue: Action for a Just World.
We know there just aren’t enough gallery openings in NYC these days, which is why we’re hosting one just for you.
Earlier this year AJWS launched the Where Do you Give? National Design Competition, challenging artists to create new vehicles for giving tzedakah that reflect our... Read more
We just couldn’t hold it in any longer.
It’s time to announce our Grand Prize Winners! Not to mention our Student Track Winners and some Honorable Mentions who we just had to recognize for their amazing work.
Make sure to congratulate them in the comments below!!!
GRAND PRIZE WINNERS:
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Lily Feinberg is a graphic designer originally from Atlanta, GA who now lives in Washington, D.C.
WDYG: What is your educational and professional background?
LF: I earned my BFA in graphic design from the University of Georgia. I currently work as a graphic designer for the National... Read more