Boulder Agencies Among JEWISHcolorado Grant Recipients

JEWISHcolorado is awarding grants to more than 30 Jewish nonprofits and schools as part of the organization’s annual Projects of Impact & Need (PIN) grants program. Grants for the 2022 fiscal year fund nonprofit program operations, outreach and engagement, social justice, advocacy and education efforts, human service and mental health projects, and Jewish day schools. The $450,000 in grants will serve more than 40,000 people.

PIN grants are funded through JEWISHcolorado’s annual campaign and awarded by an 18-member planning and grantmaking committee including lay leaders and staff. PIN Grants support projects for which there is demonstrable, unmet need and growing interest. The average grant is $20,000.

Grantees include: ACE at Boulder JCCADL Mountain States, BaMidbarBeth Jacob High SchoolBoulder JCCChabad of North DenverCongregation Har HaShemCongregation Rodef ShalomCU Boulder HillelDenver Community Kollel, Denver Academy of TorahDenver Jewish Day SchoolEfshar ProjectEkar Farm, Hillel AcademyHillel of Colorado, The Jewish Experience, Jewish Family ServiceJewish in the City, The Jewish Outreach Initiative, Judaism Your Way,  The Kabbalah Experience, Kavod Senior Life, Keshet of the RockiesMikvah of East Denver, Moishe House, Moving Traditions, OneTable, Rocky Mountain Rabbis and Cantors, Shalom Park, Staenberg-Loup JCC, and Temple Beit Torah.

“In keeping with JEWISHcolorado’s mission of building community and creating connections among Jewish people, we applaud the vital work of these organizations. Together with our community partners and our generous donors, we’re addressing pressing needs in our community and ensuring the brightest possible future for the Jewish community in Colorado, in Israel, and around the world.”

– JEWISHcolorado President and CEO Rabbi Jay Strear

The JEWISHcolorado Annual Campaign, which funds PIN grants and other community projects, is now underway. To find out more about supporting JEWISHcolorado grantmaking, click here. For more information on the grants at JEWISHcolorado, click here.

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