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Jewish Philanthropy Podcast

Dec 29, 2020

Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen


Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen reflects on the origins of the JPP and how it has grown exponentially over the last few months.  

Rabbi Cohen shares his vision for 2021 and highlights the six most listened to episodes of the year.
1) Rabbi Yehoshua Hartman (#1)
2) Ben Brafman (#2)
3) Elisha Wiesel
4) My Haftr Friends
5) Ira...

Dec 21, 2020

Jay RudermanShira Ruderman

Topic: Leading the Charge/Advocating for the Disabled

Guests: Jay & Shira Ruderman


Jay Ruderman is the President of the Ruderman Family Foundation, which focuses on the inclusion of people with disabilities worldwide and educating Israeli leaders on the American Jewish community. He also has served on the Board of...

Dec 14, 2020


Alicia Kayle Yacoby
Topic: Changing the World through Philanthropy


Guest: Alicia Kaylie Yacoby 


Alicia is the Founder and Chair of the Our6Million, a nonprofit organization dedicated to instilling family traditions for remembering those that have perished in the Holocaust. These efforts earned international recognition when she was...

Dec 6, 2020

Rabbi Hartman

Topic: The 40th Yahrzeit of Rav Yitzchak Hutner zt'l, Rosh Yeshiva Chaim Berlin/Pachad Yitzchak 
Rabbi Yehoshua Hartman is Rosh Beis HaMedrash at Hasmonean, London, disciple of HaRav Yitzchak Hutner ztl, and author of the multi-volume Machon Yerushalayim edition of the Maharal of Prague's works. 

In this wide...

Nov 17, 2020

Rick Hodes MD

Topic: Philanthropy Through Action

Rick Hodes is an American medical doctor specializing in cancer, heart disease, and spinal conditions. Since the 1980s he has worked in Ethiopia and has adopted a number of children from the country. Currently, he is the senior consultant at a Catholic mission working with...