JEWISHcolorado Launches Real Estate and Construction Network With Philanthropy at Its Core

DENVER—JEWISHcolorado is pleased to announce the formation of a new Real Estate and Construction Network that will leverage business networking to increase industry philanthropy. 

The Real Estate and Construction Network was born of the idea that industry can drive philanthropy, that leaders in the field of real estate, brought together for networking, education, and exchange of industry practices, can also have a positive impact on their community. Proceeds from participation in the Network will support JEWISHcolorado, which mobilizes resources to ensure Jewish culture remains vibrant, secure, and accessible for all Jews in Colorado and abroad, acts on issues of concern to the local community, and stewards our communal resources.

“Participation in the Real Estate and Construction Network provides members access to top industry and community leaders through relevant programming, and opportunities to network and socialize with the brightest minds in our business.” Said Mark Sidell, Chair of the Real Estate and Construction Network.

The Network will provide opportunities to build and expand professional relationships through unique social gatherings and professional programs. It will also spearhead mission trips centered around real estate development and technology.

Reduced pricing access to all Real Estate and Construction Network events will be available for annual campaign donors at a specific level. The kickoff event will be September 21, 2022, at Block 162. Details forthcoming.

For more information, visit our webpage or contact Sheila Abrahamsson

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