Samuel Bronfman Foundation

His Real Wealth: Service To His People

Family and dignitaries remember Edgar Bronfman at his shloshim service.

01/29/2014
Editor And Publisher
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His family and friends called him “Tree.”

He loved doing crossword puzzles, watching “Jeopardy” and, after the age of 50, learning to play the piano and study Talmud.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaking at service for Edgar Bronfman. Photo courtesy of Samuel Bronfman Foundation

‘Second Stage’ For Startups

Samuel Bronfman and others begin exploring intermediate funding strategies.

04/24/2012
Staff Writer

G-dcast.com is a poster child of the Jewish startup sector, the grass-roots movement that aims to reach the disinterested and unaffiliated by offering new ways — such as record labels, bike rides and online Shabbat services — to connect with Judaism. Over 3,000 educators around the world use G-dcast’s funky parsha-of-the-week videos, which have been viewed over a million times on the web, the group says.

Why, then, is G-dcast about to find itself out on the street?

G-dcast.com’s quirky biblical videos.
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