All events are Eastern Time unless otherwise indicated.
Date(s) - Jan 23
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This webinar, adapted from a well-received 2018 NJHSA Conference presentation, will describe the findings of a recent PhD study, the first to investigate the motivations of charitable giving to Jewish human service organizations. The practical and theoretical relevance of this research provides insights into donor charitable behaviors. Organizations that possess and understand the motivations of their current and potential donors can create and adapt resources and capabilities to capture and sustain a competitive advantage over similar organizations. The presenters will share strategies for donor engagement to maximize impact, and link back to five themes that motivate philanthropists to give.
Non-members may register by contacting Karen Rosen.
Jenni Frumer is the former CEO of Alpert Jewish Family Service and The Levine Jewish Residential and Family Service in West Palm Beach, Florida. She has over 32 years in nonprofit leadership, and is currently the President of Jenni Frumer & Associates, consultants for organizational management.
She is licensed as a Clinical Social Worker and Mental Health Counselor, has National Board Certification in Geriatric Counseling, a Certification in Geriatric Care Management, has an Aging Life Care Professional certificate and is a Florida Registered Guardian. She earned her PhD in Human Capital Management from the College of Business at Bellevue University, NE. She is a graduate of both the Wexner Leadership Training program and the Alliance for Children & Families Executive Leadership Institute (ELI), at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Frumer is a Team Leader for the national Council on Accreditation; conducting site visits of other social service agencies and US Marine Corps installations, both domestically and internationally. She served on the New Age of Aging Leadership Advisory Committee; the American Society on Aging (ASA) membership and Aging Business and Finance committees. Dr. Frumer has written and published articles on geriatric social service systems, engaging Baby Boomers and community engagement models in the work of non-profits. She has also presented extensively both nationally and internationally on several topics related to non-profit administration, business initiatives and cultural competence training in trauma and working with Holocaust survivors and their families. She co-hosted Leadership Matters on VoiceAmerica internet radio show. She has been an Adjunct Professor at Nova Southeastern University where she taught Graduate courses in Gerontology and Administration and is currently an Adjunct for Creighton University and Lynn University. Dr. Frumer assisted in the development of and was an instructor for the on-line Alfus Patient Advocacy Program at the University of Miami.
Allison Steinberg is the Director of Development at JVS Toronto. She is a graduate of York University and Centennial College, both in Toronto. With a communications background, Allison’s career has been focused on fundraising, communications and program development. At JVS Toronto, she has developed and implemented a fundraising strategy that moved the Agency away from large events and focuses on building and maintaining a strong and dedicated donor base. She currently oversees the annual fundraising plan with a revenue target of $500K. She also directs new program development and design and plays a lead role in building and maintaining partnerships with government funders and community partners. She is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Toronto Chapter. Prior to joining JVS Toronto, she worked in Donor Relations and Stewardship at two large Toronto-based foundations, the Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation and the York University Foundation. In 2014, Allison received the Ron Coun Award as an Outstanding Young Professional, issued by the International Association of Jewish Vocational Services.