If you look back on the most successful businesses in history—Apple, Ford, Amazon—they all have at least one thing in common: a great reputation. This signature reputation is what has helped position these companies as some of the most successful in the world.
Conversely, it’s easy to see how companies that have battled bad reputations
(Courtesy of Zahal Shalom) Anticipation and excitement are building as Zahal Shalom of Bergen County prepares to host its 27th delegation of wounded Israel Defense Force veterans in June.
Zahal Shalom, a non-profit organization located in Northern New Jersey, works to help aid and alleviate the injuries that Israeli
Magen David Adom (MDA), Israel’s official national ambulance and emergency service, will hold its second annual Breakfast for Israel on Sunday, May 19, at Congregation Beth Shalom from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Israel’s former consul general in New York, Ido Aharoni; Magen David Adom’s head of terrorism-response training,
The Yeshiva University campus was first-time host to the always eagerly anticipated U.S. Chidon HaTanach Finals on Sunday, May 5. Over 240 finalists from among 550 original participants, coming from 80 schools across the country, gathered for the event,
In collaboration with 20 local synagogues and the greater Teaneck community, the Holocaust Commemoration Committee of the Jewish Community Council of Greater Teaneck marked the 80th anniversary of the onset of the Shoah on Wednesday evening, May 1, at Teaneck High School. As it has done for the past 37
Davening at Yavneh Academy on the morning of Yom HaShoah took on a very special meaning this year. Against the background of the horrific terrorist attack a few days earlier on the last day of Pesach in Poway, California, which the heroic Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein referred to as the re-enactment of
On May 19, at 10 a.m., Chabad of Teaneck will host a Renewal kidney donation awareness event, with swabbing opportunities for Jay Gittleson, a former Teaneck resident who has been on dialysis since March of 2017. Those swabbed will also have the option to determine if they are a match with others in the Renewal database. Renewal, a
Teach NJ, founded in 2015 to advocate for an increase in state funding for nonpublic schools, will hold its inaugural dinner on Wednesday, May 15, at the Newark Museum. It will be a night to publicly thank the guest of honor, Governor Phil Murphy, and New Jersey legislators for doubling security funding in
On Thursday, May 2, a large majority of the 179 seniors at the Frisch School took an annual trip to Washington, D.C., to lobby members of Congress on the topic of Israel. The students split into 16 groups of approximately 10 students per group, with each group lobbying one or two members of Congress. They visited 32 members of
In keeping with its mission of implementing national programming for women of all ages and stages of life, the OU Women’s Initiative is excited to announce the launching of its “Shavuot 2019: Counting Towards Sinai.” Beginning in May and continuing through June, the Initiative will bring 22 noted female Torah
(Courtesy of Ohr V’Daas) With a mixture of sorrow and hope, Yeshivas Ohr V’Daas, the Rockland Institute for Special Education, (R.I.S.I) is dedicating this year’s scholarship dinner, which will take place on Sunday, May 26, at the YSV Valley Terrace in Monsey, in memory of a truly exceptional man, Rabbi Yosef Lasdun, z”l, as we mark
(Courtesy of Rep. Gottheimer’s office) On Sunday, May 5, Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) visited Congregation Beth Abraham in Bergenfield to stress the importance of tightening security at local religious institutions and schools. Gottheimer sought to publicize the availability of funds though the Nonprofit Security Grant