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A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

Israeli startup opens office in St. Louis

BY ERIC BERGER, STAFF WRITER February 1, 2017

A fifth Israeli company connected to a local nonprofit plans to open an office in St. Louis.Atomation, a Tel Aviv-based startup, has developed a platform to connect physical items, like an automobile or medical device, with software. The goal is the “seamless...

Samantha Mishkin, second from left, works with friends at
Rainbow Village

Samantha Mishkin, Congregation Shaare Emeth

December 21, 2011

Rainbow Village is a very special organization to Samantha and her family. Co-founded in 1967 by her late great-aunt Marlene (Jebe) Kopman, Samantha, daughter of Joanne and Jeff Mishkin of University City, chose to support it for her mitzvah project....

Block Yeshiva among nonprofits losing tax-exempt status in national IRS review

By Repps Hudson, Special to the Jewish Light November 9, 2011

Louis and Sarah Block Yeshiva High School of St. Louis, which operates Orthodox schools for boys and girls, lost its tax-exempt status earlier this year as part of a national Internal Revenue Service review of non-profits. According to the IRS's website,...

Kranzberg Foundation awards 5th year of $50K in grants

August 31, 2011

The Kranzberg Family Foundation, a supporting organization of Jewish Federation, is accepting applications for its 2012 funding cycle. The foundation's purpose is to provide funds to benefit the St. Louis Jewish community with a focus on engagement and...

 

Organizations find changed landscape for fundraising

BY REPPS HUDSON, SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH LIGHT August 17, 2011

Three years or more of a bad economy have tested nonprofit organizations in a time of high demand for their services while the money and other resources they need to operate have been harder to find. Yet non-profit leaders and university instructors agree...

Millstone Institute continues Inspiring Leaders Speakers Series

April 21, 2011

The Millstone Institute for Jewish Leadership continues its Inspiring Leaders Speakers Series, welcoming young adults who are changing the face of the North American Jewish community. From 7:45 to 9 a.m. May 6, Jonathan Kaufman will speak at the offices...

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