Jewish Family Service

CoGivesDay: Jewish Family Service Spotlight

Support Jewish Family Service/Boulder JFS on Colorado Gives Day! On Tuesday, December 4, Coloradans will come together again to raise millions of dollars for nonprofits like ours. Last year, a remarkable $12.8 million was distributed to Colorado nonprofits.

Presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day asks you to give to your favorite charities through the website GivingFirst.org, an online giving resource featuring every nonprofit participating in Colorado Gives Day. Give generously and be sure to designate Jewish Family Service of Colorado. If you want your gift to stay in Boulder and support Boulder JFS, please be sure to select “Program” then choose “Boulder JFS” in the selection box on the payment form.

Boulder Jewish Family Service assists Jewish older adults and people with disabilities in maintaining their independence while providing a support system for their special needs through care management and outreach.

Why give through GivingFirst.org on Colorado Gives Day?

  • One hundred percent of your donation will come to us.
  • When you give online, the value of your donation will be increased by the FirstBank Incentive Fund.

Donate online at GivingFirst.org/jfscolorado anytime during the 24-hour period of December 4 to “give where you live” or schedule your payment ahead of time – including right now. 

Thank you for supporting Jewish Family Service/Boulder JFS!

About Jewish Family Service

JFS Boulder helps individuals maintain a high quality of life through programs and services that keep them supported, connected, and engaged. Services include care management, counseling, companionship, emergency assistance, and holiday celebrations. JFS serves everyone regardless of race, faith, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.

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