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Knight Cities Challenge Names 144 Finalists, 2 in Boulder

Open to innovators of all types, the Knight Cities Challenge asked applicants to answer the question: What’s your best idea to make cities more successful?

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Seven Trends in Philanthropy to Expect in 2017

2016 included record levels of giving and impact investing and more strategic approaches to charitable efforts. 2017 will likely launch its own unique trends.

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JEWISHcolorado Offering Subsidies for Young Adult Travel to Israel in 2017

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JEWISHcolorado is offering a limited number of stipends to teens and young adults ages 16-30 participating in peer group trips to Israel in 2017. Apply Now!

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Religious Behaviorism or Spiritual Materialism?

"In a world where we all yearn for lives of meaning and connection, it is easy to mistake our embrace of a feel-good spirituality and rejection of tradition for enlightenment."

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Opinion: Worse than Kapos?

Rabbi Marc Soloway considers what it means today to be called "worse than kapos" for holding -- and expressing -- fairly mainstream opinions in the public market of ideas.

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Resources from JCRC for Understanding the Recent Developments in U.S. – Israel Relations

The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) has collected links to articles analyzing the recent events surrounding the passage of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 on December 23rd and Secretary Kerry's subsequent speech and their effects on U.S. - Israel relations.

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Colorado Water Expert Leads Mission to Israel

Robert Lembke, of Greenwood Village, CO, recently chaired Jewish National Fund’s (JNF) mission to Israel for water experts from all over the world.

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JFNA Issues Statement on Friday’s UN Resolution

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Jewish Federations across North America are deeply disappointed that the United States abstained from the December 23rd vote on the one-sided, anti-Israel resolution that was passed by the UN Security Council.

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JCRC Disappointed Over Boulder Nablus Sister City Decision

The Colorado Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) is deeply disappointed by the decision of the Boulder City Council to officially adopt the city of Nablus as Boulder’s 8th Sister City, by a vote of 7 to 2.

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JEWISHcolorado Opens Aleppo Assistance Fund

JEWISHcolorado joins members of the Jewish Federations of North America community in requesting humanitarian aid for the besieged civilians in Syria.

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Philanthropy Supports Democracy, Democracy Supports Us All

As this year comes to a close, I want to remind readers — of every political point of view — about the critical role that philanthropy can play in advocating for the fundamental principles that have enabled the success of our unique democracy for nearly 230 years.

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