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BJCF Streamlines 2019 Infrastructure Grant Process

Since 1995, the Boulder Jewish Community Foundation (BJCF) has supported the Boulder County Jewish community by providing grants to a number of social service agencies, programs and organizations that care for people in need as well as sustain and enhance Jewish life.  This year, the BJCF is streamlining the funding process. The 19 organizations that received funding during the 2018 grant cycle will automatically receive an award – over $13,000 will be awarded in September.

The awards are designed to support Boulder County Jewish organizations with infrastructure related needs. These include, but are not limited to: assistance with the underwriting of facility costs of an event; improvement or upgrade of a facility; and the development or improvement of an online presence.

The 2019 Infrastructure funding is not limited to the 19 previous organizations/programs.  If you are, or know of, a new Boulder County Jewish organization or program that has infrastructure needs, please contact the BJCF at boulderjewish@gmail.com. The BJCF is here to support the community.

The BJCF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports the Boulder County Jewish community. The mission of the BJCF has stayed the same since our inception in 1995 – To create a culture and environment where Jewish life will thrive for all members of the Boulder County Jewish Community. To find out more about the BJCF, how you can support the Boulder Jewish community, or non-infrastructure related funding, please contact boulderjewish@gmail.com.

Simplify Your Support of the Boulder Jewish Community

The BJCF is now accepting Donor Directed Donations to non-profits that are previous grantees of the BJCF. For more information or a list of organizations, please contact boulderjewish@gmail.com

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