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Understanding American Jewish philanthropy / edited by Marc Lee Raphael.


New York : Ktav Pub. House, 1979.
ISBN 0870686895, 9780870686894

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HV3191 .U5 Available Request
Other Authors Raphael, Marc Lee.
Subjects Jews -- Charities.
Jews -- Politics and government.
Jews -- United States -- Charities.
Jews -- United States -- Politics and government.
Juifs -- États-Unis -- Oeuvres de bienfaisance.
Juifs -- États-Unis -- Politique et gouvernement.
Synagogues -- États-Unis.
Synagogues -- United States.
Synagogues.
United States.
Description xiv, 257 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents part 1. Voluntarism: the leaders and the workers. The view from the top: dynamics of volunteer leadership / Arnold Gurin -- Getting in and getting on: reward systems in federated Jewish philanthropy / Marc Lee Raphael -- The characteristics of federation board members / Arnold Gurin -- The locked cabinet / Amy Stone -- The men of the power structure / Kenneth D. Roseman -- Leadership. What we say vs. what we do / Arnold Jacob Wolf. Leaders come and go but staff stays on / Jerome I. Weiner -- part 2. The campaign. Mass fund-raising. Give $1,000,000 for Jews in war / New York Times. $3,000,000 raised at one meeting for Jews in war / New York Times. $100,000,000 in five days / Jewish Telegraphic Agency -- The advantages of federation / Boris Bogen -- Fund-raiser par excellence / Charles E. Schulman -- Parlor meetings / Bram Goldsmith -- Worker training for face-to-face solicitation / Frederick P. Rose -- Overseas missions to Israel. Operation Israel / George M. Zeltzer. United Jewish Appeal prime minister's mission, Jeruslaem, August 25-28, 1975 -- Campaign evaluation / Herb Garon -- part 3. Priorities and allocations. Distributing the Jewish communal dollars. Federation allocations to overseas, national, and local agencies of 13 Jewish communities in 1976. Motivations for giving: a motivational research approach / Herman L. Kaplow -- The attitudes of federation board members / Arnold Gurin -- Federated Jewish philanthropy and communal democracy: in pursuit of a phantom / Marc Lee Raphael -- American Jews and Israel: a study in political and organizational priorities / Gary S. Schiff -- part 4. Interrelationships: synagogues, rabbis, and federations. Task force on federation-synagogue relations: towards guidelines: some tentative propositions / Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds -- Statement of Synagogue Council of America on synagogue-federation relations -- Rabbis and the federations / David Polish -- Reevaluating the role of the rabbi (synagogue) in the community / Erwin L. Herman -- Synagogue-federation relations / Harold D. Hahn -- The dias and the pulpit. Brokha brokers and power brokers / Gerald B. Bubis. Responses to Bubis' article / Trude Weiss Rosmarin.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4832509
(OCoLC)ocm04832509
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