September 17, 2009
Some Small Groups Fail in Recession
After a major donor died this year, Rhoda M. Weisman began desperately searching for new sources of revenue for her Los Angeles charity.
But with the bad economy drying up philanthropic resources, she decided after several months that there was no way to make her $1.4-million budget and it was time to close the Professional Leaders Project, which she started in 2004 to provide leadership training to young Jews so they could fill the gap left as baby boomers retire. "It was a tough
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