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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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UpStart Accelerator Applications Now Open

Applications opened on December 6th for the UpStart Accelerator, the Jewish community’s leading engine behind the success of early-stage, innovative Jewish organizations.

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Cataracts, Shopkins, and Dr. Strange – Electing to See Beyond

The third Hebrew month of Kislev is soon upon us, and with that - no matter how you spell it, - Hanukah, the festival of lights is coming.

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Update on Boulder-Nablus Sister City Hearing

Last week the BJN reported that the Boulder City Council will consider whether Nablus should be approved as Boulder's latest Sister City. Since then, we have learned some additional information that we want to share.

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With Fires Out, the Time to Rebuild Begins

Following six days of devastating fires that ravaged Israel, Jewish National Fund is stepping up fundraising efforts and hoping to raise many millions of dollars to help the nation recover and assist Israeli partners with much needed resources and aid.

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JCRC Hosts Post-Election Call-In Programs

JCRC is hosting a two-part conference call series of one-hour calls to hear from some of our constituent organizations as to their perspective on the election results and moving forward. INCLUDES CALL IN INFORMATION FOR FRIDAY'S CALL.

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On Giving Tuesday JNF Offering 1:1 Matching Donation

Jewish National Fund will once again take a leading effort in the annual #GivingTuesday campaign on November 29, 2016, under the banner “Doubling Your Impact.”

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