A well-branded Jewish charity goes to great pains to avoid calling itself Jewish—and takes in millions nationwide
Turning holiday haircuts into a way to help make wigs for those in need
Study finds young Jews give to religious causes more than non-Jews
Haircuts are a Lag b’Omer tradition. Some have turned this Jewish custom into a way to help needy kids.
Don’t just ask for donations at your bar or bat mitzvah. Do some homework and find a cause with meaning.
Rabbis have long tried to persuade us of the benefits of parting with some of our money. Are we listening?
Plus Jacob Silverman on history books as holiday movies
After Aaron Biber’s barbershop was looted, he received an outpouring of support
Forgoing the usual bar and bat mitzvah swag, some teens are asking guests to contribute to charity
Plus the politics of Israeli daylight savings time, and more
A Manhattan couple repairs the world—five kids at a time
Charitable giving from Leviticus to Rothschild