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15th Anniversary of 9/11 Remembered in Israel

It’s hard to imagine a truly moving, personal commemoration of something that happened 15 years ago, over 6,000 miles away, across continents and an ocean. But that's what happened on Sunday in Israel.

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In Disheartening and Divisive Times, Philanthropy Can Spark Hope

Philanthropy is inherently optimistic, reflecting the deeply held belief that we can have a positive impact on the lives of others as well as on stubborn societal issues. Through philanthropy, individuals can make a difference, promote change, and improve their communities.

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Bonai Shalom Receives Hazon Seal of Sustainability

Bonai Shalom is partnering with Hazon to receive the Hazon Seal of Sustainability, which recognizes Jewish organizations’ commitment to becoming more sustainable.

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Kevah Launches In Colorado

Kevah – a Bay Area-based organization that empowers individuals and organizations to build Jewish learning communities– is coming to Colorado.

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Hillel of Colorado to Sell Boulder Hillel House

Hillel of Colorado proudly announces its intent to list and sell the Boulder Hillel House, with the proceeds to be used to assure excellent Boulder Hillel student facilities now and in the future.

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BJCF Now Accepting 2016 Grant Applications

The Boulder Jewish Community Foundation (BJCF) is now accepting applications for 2016 Infrastructure Grants. These grants are designed to support Boulder County Jewish organizations with infrastructure related needs.

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JEWISHcolorado and CAJE Announce Formal Merger

JEWISHcolorado and the Colorado Agency for Jewish Education announced today that the boards of both organizations unanimously voted to move forward with a formal merger.

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