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Boulder Stepping Stones has received a grant to help the program get through these tough economic times. However, one small piece of the grant is contingent on raising $3,000 locally. Click on the headline for details.

Stepping Stones Matching Grant Challenge

Stepping StonesBoulder Stepping Stones has received a grant to help the program get through these tough economic times. However, one small piece of the grant is contingent on raising $3,000 locally. The funder (not disclosed) will then match that $3,000 dollar-for-dollar. The extra funding will help Stepping Stones finish the calendar year with solid programming. In Boulder, the program has over two dozen families enrolled in programs, including Pebbles, Stepping Stones, alumni activities, and interfaith couples workshops.  Stepping Stones provides free family education for the entire family – an independent program to explore and experience a living Judaism.

More information about the programming is available at SteppingStonesFamily.com.  Contributions to Boulder Stepping Stones to help the organization meet the $3,000 match can be mailed to Stepping Stones, 5840 east evans street , Denver 80222 (please include “Boulder” in the memo line).

Stepping Stones serves both Denver and Boulder communities and welcomes the wondering, the wandering, the skeptic, the believer, the traditional and the non-traditional. Stepping Stones is committed to helping the Jewish world be open and accepting of all Jews; whether they are single-parents, interfaith, unaffiliated and Jewish, Jews of color, a part of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender community, of a liberal, conservative or orthodox background.  Stepping Stones is an inclusive and welcoming outreach organization that supports and educates interfaith families and connects interfaith and unaffiliated families to a living Judaism.  Stepping Stones’ vision is to provide an enriching opportunity for the interfaith community to explore Jewish life and points of entry and connection for individual and families to the greater Jewish communities.

About Deb Dusansky

Deb Dusansky
Deb has been a Jewish educator for over 20 years directing and teaching children, adults, and families. She is currently the director for Boulder Stepping Stones, an independent family education opportunity for interfaith and Jewish unaffiliated. Deb has been in private practice for over 14 years counseling individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in spiritually centered counseling.

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