The Jewish Value of Giving

The Jewish Value of Giving is a full-color, 77-page overview of the Jewish perspective on charitable giving,  including overviews, supporting texts, stories, and art. The book is designed to intrigue the layperson and inform the expert, answering many of the questions people have about Jewish giving—why to give, how much to give, priorities in giving, the benefits of giving, when giving is hard, and how to impart the value of giving to the next generation.

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A seventy-seven-page full-color summary of the Jewish perspective on charitable giving, The Jewish Value of Giving draws from a wide array of sources, including rabbinic literature, sociopsychological studies, history, and art, to provide a multi-dimensional and insightful treatment of this most central Jewish precept.

Designed to intrigue the layperson and inform the expert, the book answers many questions people have about Jewish giving—why to give, how much to give, priorities in giving, the benefits of giving, when giving is hard, and how to impart the value of giving to the next generation. The Jewish Value of Giving is a full-color, 77-page overview of the Jewish perspective on charitable giving,  including overviews, supporting texts, stories, and art. The book is designed to intrigue the layperson and inform the expert, answering many of the questions people have about Jewish giving—why to give, how much to give, priorities in giving, the benefits of giving, when giving is hard, and how to impart the value of giving to the next generation.

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Weight 0.9 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 x 10 x .25 in