The future of philanthropy for Israel can’t be taken for granted
In a recent blog post from Jewish News, Carly Maisel wrote:
Philanthropy and Israel have been part and parcel of my personal and professional life.
Earlier in my career, I worked at the Israeli embassy and since then, I’ve worked for some of the leading philanthropists in the Jewish world. Yet for those in my generation of thirtysomethings who aren’t quite so immersed in this field, their patterns of philanthropic engagement with Israel face an uncertain future.
For our parents and grandparents, giving to Israel was a simple fact of life.
For our generation that can no longer be taken for granted.