Data-Walk on Giving in Israel – What are the challenges and opportunities that can affect your personal giving?
The Israeli philanthropic sector’s growth over the last ten years is nothing short of extraordinary.
At the recent JFN 2018 international conference in Tel Aviv we have explored key trends uncovered in recent research on the sector, examining the barriers to entry and opportunities for funders, discuss the infrastructure support that exists to help maximize your impact.
We have presented the data taken from recent surveys and research together with the Institute for Law and Philanthropy, Faculty of Law, TAU
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