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Haver’s Holocaust Remembrance Event is May 1

Haver, Boulder’s Rabbinic Council, is leading a community-wide observance to remember the Holocaust on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at Congregation Nevei Kodesh. All are welcome.

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“Tzedakah 4 Kids Day” to Raise Funds for New Loup Scholarship Fund

The 24-hour campaign will raise money for scholarships for the Early Learning School, Camp Shai, Ranch Camp, Wolf Theatre Academy, and the JCC Maccabi Games.

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Celebrate SIPP 2019 on April 28 – See Projects and Partners

The Boulder community is invited to join Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects on Sunday, April 28, 2019 for a feast for mind and body.

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Giving In The Last Third Of Life: Philanthropy For People Over Age 65

Across the United States, companies of all sizes increasingly recognize the importance of philanthropic community engagement. In 2017, those companies donated more than $20 billion to charitable causes.

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Join CU Boulder Hillel’s $72,000 Passover Matching Gift Challenge

We are two-thirds of the way to our goal with three weeks remaining. Double the impact of your gift and help us reach the promised land!

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ADL Condemns Swastika Burned Into Asphalt At Denver School

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region, responding to reports of a swastika burned into the asphalt at a Denver elementary school, condemned the incident and commended Denver Public Schools and the Denver Police Department for their swift action to investigate the incident and ensure the safety of the school community.

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Escaping Hitler’s Europe: Barbara Steinmetz Shares Her Refugee Story

BJN's CU Boulder correspondent shares takeaways from the final speaker of CU Boulder's Holocaust Remembrance Week.

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ADL Condemns Swastikas at Denver Church, Commends Police

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region, responding to reports of vandalism at Church in the City-Beth Abraham in Denver, condemned the incidents and applauded law enforcement for investigating the incidents as possible hate crimes.

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Renovation of Tel Aviv’s Coastline Promenade Sparks Renaissance for Luxury Real Estate

A new wave of development alongside the sea is transforming Hayarkon Street and the coastal area into a world-class, luxurious city neighborhood.

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JCC Denver’s Ranch Camp Receives $2 Million Gift for Renovations

Notable updates include new ropes course and zip line, new center of camp with updated gathering area DENVER, Colo., March 26, 2019– A transformational gift of $2 million has been designated by Don Sturm and the Sturm Family to JCC Ranch Camp, a overnight camp in Elbert, Colo.  This extremely generous gift …

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Adventure Rabbi Becomes Adventure Judaism

Lately, we’ve been noticing a new name in the community, Adventure Judaism. How is that related to Boulder's beloved Adventure Rabbi?

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CU Boulder Hillel is Hiring

Join CU Boulder Hillel's Team as the new Director of Jewish Student Life, inspiring students to be partners in creating a vibrant and welcoming Jewish community on campus.

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