Aish Kodesh Is Giving Away Our Annual Dinner

Aish LogoScience has determined what we have known since Abraham: giving is healing, perhaps more so for the giver than the recipient. People who volunteer and live altruistic lifestyles are healthier, happier and live longer.

Abraham’s giving modeled the most basic and essential way that we connect: lending a helping hand. Abraham’s open tent and open heart enabled the world to heal after Noah’s flood.

4,000 years later, human nature has not changed. This year, Aish Kodesh is celebrating giving: opening our hearts and wallets, helping each other, and volunteering our time and energy — because it is the right thing to do and it feels so good.

We are giving our annual event without a cover charge. We are giving away special gifts featured in our first ever reverse live auction—you’ll have to come to figure that one out! And we are providing ways to give — not just to us, but to all the Jewish organizations you love and feel connected to. We are giving the community an opportunity to be inspired about giving, and to enjoy its benefits.

Rabbi Yakov Meyer from Aish/Ahavas in Denver will inspire us with words of wisdom, and our dear friend Rick Angel will share his personal journey in the world of Tzedakah.

Please join us on Tuesday, February 12th 6:30-8:30 pm at Rembrandt Yard for an evening that could change your life and change the world.

Click here to view the invitation and to rsvp. For more information, email Executivedirector@boulderaishkodesh.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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