How can nonprofit organizations similarly understand the lives of their leaders? And how can the Jewish philanthropic community gain insight into which new projects should be prioritized for investment? The Jewish Learning Collaborative (JLC) has learned that the answers lie in offering staff, volunteers and stakeholders an Amazon-like breadth of options about Jewish learning and then paying attention to what they choose.

Rabbi Ana Bonnheim shares her perspective and the answers to this questions in a recent editorial in eJewish Philanthropy. Read the full story here and learn more about Moishe House’s Jewish Learning Collaborative.