Boulder JCC Announces 8 Days Left in Historic Campaign

 

The Boulder JCC is in the final days of its Cornerstone Capital Campaign. Over the course of the last eight years, more than 850 individuals, families, foundations, and businesses have donated to make the dream of a new center for this community a reality. The vision and support of our community enabled us to open the doors to our new building in June 2016.

Since the building opened, the programs at the Boulder JCC have grown and flourished, providing more opportunities for the community to connect, learn, and grow together. The space has also become a gathering place and a community living room where relationships have meaning and connections build community.

The leadership of the Boulder JCC is thrilled to announce the end date for this historic campaign. On October 1, 2018, the Cornerstone Capital Campaign will officially conclude.

Executive Director Jonathan Lev says, “The Cornerstone Capital Campaign transformed what is possible. Every person who worked together to build this new home planted a seed for future generations, one that will continue to grow and sustain our community for many years to come. In these last few weeks, we welcome all who want to be part of this history to come together to help us achieve our communal goal.”

The community has one last chance to be a part of this opportunity. Donations of any size are welcome. Community members can join the Cornerstone Capital Campaign Donor Wall for a donation of $1,000 or more, and additional naming opportunities throughout the building are available for donations of $10,000 or more.

Make a donation today online at boulderjcc.org/donate/capital or for more information regarding naming opportunities, please contact Tracy Christeson, Sr. Director of External Engagement, at tracy.christeson@boulderjcc.org or 720-749-2543. Donations are tax deductible and can also be eligible for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit (5C).

About the Boulder JCC

Founded in 1984, the Boulder Jewish Community Center [Boulder JCC], a 501c3 nonprofit, is a dynamic center for community and education. In June 2016, the Boulder JCC opened its new 10-acre campus and 2+ acre educational farm, supported through donations from over 850 individuals, families, and foundations. As a campus that is open and welcoming to all, the JCC provides a home for meaningful gatherings and events and is a central address of Jewish life in Boulder County and beyond. Since opening the new campus, the Boulder JCC has been recognized both nationally and internationally for its innovative approaches to engagement and education while welcoming over 20,000 community members annually. The Boulder JCC is located at 6007 Oreg Avenue in Boulder. For more information, visit boulderjcc.org, or call 303-998-1900.

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About Kai Murga Canales

Kai Murga Canales is the Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications at the Boulder JCC. Originally from Miami, Kai moved to Boulder from Atlanta, where he worked for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and Limmud Atlanta + Southeast.

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