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Har HaShem Receives Million-Dollar Gift, Largest in Congregation’s History

The family of Barbara Tobor Margolis has made a unique and generous gift in her memory to Congregation Har HaShem to support the operations of the congregation that she helped found.

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JEWISHcolorado Earns Two National Gold STEVIEs In 2017 American Business Awards

JEWISHcolorado

JEWISHcolorado, a community organization focused on building and sustaining Jewish life in Colorado, announced today that it earned two gold Stevie® Awards in The 15th Annual American Business Awards.

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JFS Executive Luncheon Featuring Walton and Lanier Raises $556,000

Walton, Schemmel, Lanier

NBA Hall of Famers Bill Walton and Bob Lanier entertained nearly 700 business and professional leaders attending Jewish Family Service’s 13th annual Executive Luncheon held on April 28 at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center.

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Help Jewish Family Service Serve and Honor Holocaust Survivors

Did you know Jewish Family Service (JFS) has a long tradition of advocating and caring for survivors of the Holocaust in both Denver and Boulder?

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Walking in the Footsteps of Jewish Heroes

It is a tranquil spring morning in the northern Golan Heights, with flowers in full bloom and nearby cows milling about between long deserted buildings...

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Enchanting and Accessible Forests

In coordination with partner LOTEM-Making Nature Accessible, JNF is able to make Israel's forests and parks accessible to the country’s special needs and disabled community.

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Collaborative Divorce: A Better Way

Most divorces are resolved through litigation, and some are resolved through mediation. However, there is a third way, which although it has been around for quite a while, it is still a well-kept secret.

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Lastest News from Hillel at CU Boulder

HIllel of Colorado announced that it has decided to take the Boulder Hillel house off the market and instead, bring the current house up to code and create a long-term plan around the property.

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ASA Members’ Anti-BDS Suit Goes Forward

The US District Court for the District of Columbia (D.C.) has rejected efforts by the American Studies Association (ASA) to suppress a lawsuit filed against the Association by its own members challenging the ASA’s adoption of a boycott of all Israeli academic institutions.

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New Report: Campus Anti-Semitism Increased 40% in 2016, Genocidal Expression Doubled

Anti-Semitism on campus increased 40% and genocidal expression doubled in 2016, according to AMCHA Initiative’s annual study that examines anti-Semitism at more than 100 public and private colleges and universities with the largest Jewish undergraduate populations.

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Opinion: Is the Jewish Film Festival a Deliberate Response to Hate?

Come together as a community to embrace Jewish values of inclusivity and diversity at the Boulder Jewish Film Festival.

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