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Match for Fire Relief Fund Donations

UPDATE, September 13: To assist and inspire contributions to the Fire Relief Fund, a generous donor has stepped forward and will match all contributions made to the BJCF Fourmile Canyon Fire Relief Fund dollar for dollar up to a total match of $5,000. Contributions to the BJCF postmarked or posted by 9/30 will be eligible for this generous match.

Please send contributions to:

Boulder Jewish Community Foundation, P.O. Box 20338,  Boulder, CO 80308

The BJCF’s Tax ID Number is 20-2829982.

Thank you for your generosity.

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The Boulder Jewish Community Foundation (BJCF) has opened up a special fund to assist those impacted and displaced by the Fourmile Canyon Fire. As we bring in the New Year, please consider making a contribution to help support your neighbors. One-hundred percent of all funds contributed this fund will be used to aid those in need, as the BJCF operates without any overhead expense. To contribute to this fund please mark your check “Fourmile Fire Relief Fund.”  Checks can be sent to:

Boulder Jewish Community Foundation
P.O. Box 20338
Boulder, CO 80308

The BJCF has recently launched Grassroots Jewish Boulder to solicit individual donations and make additional grants in support of Jewish causes that may be too small or otherwise not qualify for funding from other community foundations or organizations. The BJCF recently awarded over $15,000 to local Jewish organizations.

The Boulder Jewish Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible. If you’re interested in supporting additional activities of the BJCF and Jewish life in the greater Boulder area, contact BoulderJewish@gmail.com.

L’shana Tova – may you be inscribed for a good year!

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