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The Jewish philanthropic world is well-represented in this week’s issue of the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
The Chronicle has a fairly lengthy story about the $1 billion Jim Joseph Foundation’s efforts to build a better Jewish world. Right now the foundation is granting out about $45 million per year.
And the president of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Foundation, Sandy Cardin, has an Op-ed about what foundations can do to inspire more volunteerism.
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