How American Philanthropy Built a Jewish Homeland

In a normal year, one out of every three Jewish adults in the U.S. will contribute money to some cause in Israel. In terms of dollars, around 8-15% of Jewish-­American charity goes to the Promised Land. During periods when the Jewish state was in crisis, contribution levels soared much higher.  For more on how American philanthropy built a Jewish Homeland, click here.

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