36 min

232: Carly Rothenberg Friedman, Founder of MyTzedakah Jewish Money Matters

    • Business

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If you’ve always wanted to take on the mitzvah of charity in a much more meaningful and intentional way, this episode is for you. My guest says the new generation of givers have different expectations, and crave a different user experience, and she set out to build a platform that addresses that.

You’re listening to Jewish Money Matters, I’m Yael Trusch, your Host.

I have Carly Rothenberg Friedman, on the show.

Carly is the founder and CEO of MyTzedakah.com, a tech platform dedicated to bridging the gap between next generation philanthropists and worthy Jewish charities all over the world.

Inspired by the tech platforms that we navigate to do our other financial allocations, Carly has created a way for us to get really intentional about our giving, and to make it a seamless, automatic process.

We talk about how MyTzedakah.com impacts not just us – as users, as givers – but how it impacts the charity organizations on the receiving end. The financial lessons she learned as a child, some of her financial habits, the hand of G-d in her journey towards entrepreneurship, and more.

Before I introduce my lovely guest, Carly has shared that anyone of my listeners who sets up a fund on MyTzedakah will get matched for the first month. This is absolutely free money that will now go to your fund for you to deploy to the charity or charities of your choice. All you have to do is go to mytzedakah.com and set up your fund. Regardless of size you will receive a dollar to dollar match from mytzedakah.com. And I’m sure that after you hear this beautiful interview you will be inspired to set up your charitable fund with MyTzedakah. Here is the lovely Carly Rothenberg Friedman.



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B”H



If you’ve always wanted to take on the mitzvah of charity in a much more meaningful and intentional way, this episode is for you. My guest says the new generation of givers have different expectations, and crave a different user experience, and she set out to build a platform that addresses that.

You’re listening to Jewish Money Matters, I’m Yael Trusch, your Host.

I have Carly Rothenberg Friedman, on the show.

Carly is the founder and CEO of MyTzedakah.com, a tech platform dedicated to bridging the gap between next generation philanthropists and worthy Jewish charities all over the world.

Inspired by the tech platforms that we navigate to do our other financial allocations, Carly has created a way for us to get really intentional about our giving, and to make it a seamless, automatic process.

We talk about how MyTzedakah.com impacts not just us – as users, as givers – but how it impacts the charity organizations on the receiving end. The financial lessons she learned as a child, some of her financial habits, the hand of G-d in her journey towards entrepreneurship, and more.

Before I introduce my lovely guest, Carly has shared that anyone of my listeners who sets up a fund on MyTzedakah will get matched for the first month. This is absolutely free money that will now go to your fund for you to deploy to the charity or charities of your choice. All you have to do is go to mytzedakah.com and set up your fund. Regardless of size you will receive a dollar to dollar match from mytzedakah.com. And I’m sure that after you hear this beautiful interview you will be inspired to set up your charitable fund with MyTzedakah. Here is the lovely Carly Rothenberg Friedman.



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36 min

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