Boulder – Israel Solidarity Gathering October 22

After working closely with the rabbis in our community, we have decided to work with other community partners to host an Israel Solidarity Gathering TONIGHT, October 22nd. We hope that you will join us, spread the word, stand with Israel and pray for peace.

JEWISHcolorado, Congregation Har HaShem, Congregation Bonai Shalom, and the Boulder JCC, are hosting a community gathering in light of escalating tension in Israel. This gathering is intended to bring the Jewish community together in solidarity with Israel and the victims of these heinous terrorist attacks.
Join Us:
Thursday, October 22 | 6 PM
Congregation Har HaShem
3950 Baseline Road, Boulder CO 80303
All bags will be subject to search.
We ask that you leave bags and personal items at home.

Looking For Other Ways You Can Help?
  1. Stay up to date on the latest news and updates coming directly from Israel
  2. Share this information across your social networks:
         
  3. Contact your elected officials and share your viewpoint on the current situation
  4. Make a charitable donation to JEWISHcolorado’s Israel Victims of Terror Fund 
100% of all donations to the Israel Victims of Terror Fund will be distributed to network partners and JEWISHcolorado will absorb the administrative costs.

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