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Roots & Branches Foundation Awards $79,490 in Grants in Ninth Cycle of Grantmaking

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Roots & Branches Foundation has awarded $79,490 in grants to six nonprofit organizations in its ninth cycle of grantmaking.

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12th Annual JFS Executive Luncheon with Al Pacino Raises Record $842,000


Acting legend Al Pacino entertained nearly 1,200 business and professional leaders attending Jewish Family Service’s (JFS) 12th annual JFS Executive Luncheon held on April 13.

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Boulder City Council Drops Hearing on Nablus Sister City Application


The BNSCP Application for sister city approval will NOT be heard Tuesday evening. It is OFF the agenda, and there is NOT a date certain or time frame for when it will be taken up again.

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Boulder Woman Selected as Birthright Israel Fellow

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"The Birthright Israel Fellows program is already helping me to think strategically about all aspects of my job -- from the first interactions I have with my students, to planning the Birthright Israel itinerary with purpose, to the tie-in sessions I lead in Israel after an experience or entire day."

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Boulder-Nablus Sister City Application To Come Before Boulder City Council April 19


Letters or emails to Council are due by noon this Thursday, April 14th. Find out how you can make your voice heard.

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First-ever JNF Israel-Colorado Water Summit Brings Together Over 300 People

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On March 29th, more than 300 Coloradans came together to learn about the water challenges facing the state and how techniques developed and perfected in Israel may help alleviate Colorado's water needs.

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Har HaShem Writing First Letters of a New Torah This Weekend

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Har HaShem will hold an opening ceremony for its Letter-by-Letter Torah Writing Project this Sunday, April 10, in the synagogue’s sanctuary. Read on to learn about founder Art Bronstein, the Torah's namesake.

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JNF Programs Help Israelis With Special Needs

Alan Wolk of the JNF's Task Force on Disabilities chats with a girl at LOTEM-Making Nature Accessible, where
accessible trails make it possible for hikers in wheelchairs to enjoy nature.

A young girl's smile broadened as she was set on a horse for her weekly therapy. Seeing her connect with the horse, be so comfortable with it, and move as if she were flying was awe-inspiring.

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Creating a “Safe Zone” With Family Philanthropy

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When it comes to communicating around money and values, many families face a significant challenge. Family philanthropy can be an important and safe area in which to commence a family conversation about money and values.

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As Housing Demands Increase, JNF Helps Communities Grow

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Kibbutz Erez isn’t a place on most peoples’ itinerary of places to visit when they come to Israel. It may be because this lush, green, and inviting kibbutz sits just a stone’s throw away from the Gaza border.

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HHS Advancing the Conversation on Mental Health and Wellness


Congregation Har HaShem is pleased to have hosted friends from the Boulder JCC, Jewish Family Service of Colorado - Boulder Office, and Mental Health Partners for a Mental Health First Aid Training.

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Present Even in Absense


This Thursday, the seventh of Adar, is both the birthday and the yahrzeit of Moshe Rabeinu, Moses our teacher- with a lifetime of one hundred and twenty years in between.

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