Friday, November 11, 2005

Cleveland Jewish -- News

Cleveland Jewish -- News: "Philanthropy journal ranks who’s up, who’s down in gifts

By: CHANAN TIGAY Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Jewish philanthropies didn’t raise much more money last year than they did the previous year, but the American Jewish community remains numerically overrepresented among America’s top charities, as a recent ranking of philanthropies demonstrates.

Of the 400 top charities included in The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s annual “Philanthropy 400” list, a who’s-who of American not-for-profits released recently, some 26 were Jewish."

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