Community Conversation on Inclusion – RSVP and Preview Survey Data

Community Conversation on Inclusion in the Boulder Jewish Community
Thursday, August 27th, 6:15 – 8:00 pm
Boulder JCC – 3800 Kalmia, Boulder
Snacks provided. RSVP preferred here or by email

Inclusion is the responsibility of everyone and makes our community stronger! Help create a more inclusive Jewish community with individuals of all ages with disabilities, mental health challenges, or other special needs. Learn about the 120+ responses to the Boulder Jewish Inclusion Survey. Then, join discussion groups to determine our top priorities and next steps towards tikkun olam – repairing the world.

Survey snapshot: “Increased AWARENESS and SENSITIVITY in the community” is a top need, plus transportation, accessibility, social inclusion, education, support groups, alternative services, hearing modifications, and more!
Click here to preview a Summary of Data from the Boulder Jewish Inclusion Survey.

  • How can organizations be more ACCESSIBLE and WELCOMING to all?
  • What will help YOU or your family participate fully in services/programs?
  • How can our COMMUNITY create the new programs or groups we want?

This is a collaborative effort of the inclusion committees at Congregations Bonai Shalom, Har HaShem and Nevei Kodesh, the Boulder JCC, and Boulder Jewish Family Service. Everyone is encouraged to come!

Send questions or comments to BoulderJewishInclusionSurvey@gmail.com or call (303)442-6605.

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