Guidelines for the Philanthropic Response of World Jewry to a Crisis in Israel

Israel Trauma Coalition for Response and Preparedness, Reut Institute, May 2011

This document is an annex to the conceptual framework Civil Resilience Network--National and Local Resilience in Israel, which was a product of the partnership between the Reut Institute and the Israel Trauma Coalition (ITC). It offers guidelines for those individuals, foundations, or organizations that aim, through their philanthropy, to either increase Israel's resilience or help Israel respond better to crisis. The context for this paper is that while philanthropists can and should play a significant role in enhancing the preparedness of Israel's civil society, during future crises it may be harder for them to raise funds within their communities and spend them effectively in Israel. Hence the need to prepare.

Topic: Trauma, Diaspora Relations, Philanthropy and Fundraising, Development, Jewish Federations, Israel-Diaspora Relations, Communal Responsibility, Policy, Crisis Management, Fundraising and Philanthropy

Volume/Issue: Version A

Funder: UJA-Federation of New York

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Diaspora , Israel

Language: English

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