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Judaism Your Way Relocating to Governor’s Center II

Judaism Your WayDenver-based Jewish outreach organization, Judaism Your Way (JYW), announced that the organization is relocating to Governor’s Center II, 600 Grant Street (Suite 308) on May 1. The move comes after significant growth both in services and personnel over the last two years.

We’re excited to be moving to new and larger office space that will allow us to expand and serve the growing number of Jews and their loved ones who come to JYW,” said Executive Director, Lolly Gold. “At the same time we want to assure our supporters that we will continue to devote the majority of our resources to services and programs that meet the needs of unaffiliated Jews, including interfaith, those in the GLBTQ community, Jews of Color and all who are looking for a comfortable place to explore or expand their connection to Judaism.”

JYW signed a multi-year lease and will occupy approximately 1470 square feet on the third floor of Governor’s Center II, a facility that offers free underground parking for visitors. Solveig Lawrence, Managing Director at Howard Ecker and Co., negotiated the lease on behalf of JYW.

Since its founding in 2004, JYW has occupied space in Cherry Creek generously provided by the organization’s founders Donald and Susan Sturm. That space has housed the organization’s two professional staff, Gold and Rabbi Brian Field, along with an administrative assistant. With the arrival of Dr. Caryn Aviv earlier this year as Associate Director and Jewish Educator, the space in Cherry Creek was no longer sufficient.

We are extremely grateful for the space we’ve been in these last few years,” said Gold. “At the same time, we look forward to having space that can accommodate our growing staff as well as provide a more flexible place for people to connect with us.”

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