MAZON announces annual grant recipients for 2011
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, a leader in the national anti-hunger community, has awarded over $3 million to 286 carefully-screened organizations fighting hunger in the United States, Israel and selected developing nations.
Hungry 24/7: Abby Leibman and MAZON featured in the Jewish Journal
When you say you’re hungry, you probably know where your next meal will come from.
MAZON launches Innovation Fund Planning Grant
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger is proud to partner with the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management at American Jewish University to launch the Innovation Fund Planning Grant, a Southern California Initiative to help develop new and innovative programs that will alleviate hunger and promote nutrition.
MAZON promotes Mia Hubbard to Vice President of Programs
“Mia is an invaluable part of our team,” says Abby J. Leibman, President & CEO of MAZON.
MAZON Board Chair honored with Activist Award
Mazel tov to MAZON Board Chair Joel E. Jacob, who was honored last night with the 2011 Activist Award from the Jewish Community Relations Council of Metropolitan Detroit
MAZON Board and Staff mourn the loss of Rabbi Jack Stern
It is with profound sadness that I share with you the death of our beloved MAZON board member, Rabbi Jack Stern (z”l).
MAZON welcomes Abby J. Leibman as President & CEO
Los Angeles, CA (March 1, 2011) – MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, a leader in the national anti-hunger community, announced the appointment of Abby J. Leibman as its new President & CEO. Ms. Leibman brings to MAZON an extensive background in advocacy in nonprofit and state government arenas and a distinguished record of leadership
A brother’s tribute to Leonard Fein
This past Sunday, MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger marked its 25th Anniversary with a luncheon honoring its founder, Leonard (Leibel) Fein. It was a beautiful day in New York City, and the room was filled with guests eager to express their respect and sincere admiration for all that MAZON and Leibel have accomplished.
MAZON at 25: Reflections From Our Founder
Were I to acknowledge all those here, and some not here, who deserve to be acknowledged on this festive occasion, I would by far exceed my time. But I cannot refrain from mentioning a few: my old friend, Ted Mann, our very first board chair; Lee Javitch, Ted’s successor as chair, the first person I
Team MAZON Bowls to Strike Out Hunger
In 2009, a group of Dallas young professionals started the Battle of the Jewish YP’s: Young Professionals Bowling League to bring Jewish young professionals together from across the Dallas Jewish Community. Last summer, the bowling teams were based on synagogue affiliation. This summer, bowlers were asked to choose their own teams and a Jewish organization