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Join CU Boulder Hillel’s $72,000 Passover Matching Gift Challenge

We are two-thirds of the way to our goal
with three weeks remaining.
Double the impact of your gift and
help us reach the promised land!
(This is the “Passover is on our minds” challenge)

Double My Impact Now

Q: Why is this time to give different from all other times?

A: At all other times, your donation counts once. During this campaign (through April 30), the impact of your donation is counted twice.

Double your impact and let’s reach this promised land together!

This past year, CU Boulder Hillel split from the statewide organization, Hillel of Colorado, and we are rapidly growing to double our operating budget, grow our staff from three to five, and continue to engage the next generation of Jewish leaders at CU Boulder.

Now, let’s finish what we started. Are you in?

Together, we are enriching Jewish student lives through programming, Jewish learning, and leadership development.
Together, we are building a vibrant Jewish community at CU Boulder and beyond.
Together, we commit to meeting this challenge.

B’yachad (together),

Seth Reder
CU Boulder Hillel Executive Director

Linda Loewenstein and Karli Sherwinter
CU Boulder Hillel Board Co-chairs

Make your matching gift today!

Double My Impact Now!

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About Seth Reder

Seth Reder is the Executive Director of CU Boulder Hillel.

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