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Julie Schlafer of Aspen Named to JFNA National Women’s Philanthropy Board 

Julie Schlafer of Aspen joins JFNA National Women’s Philanthropy Board, building on her legacy as a third-generation Jewish woman philanthropist and community bridge-builder.

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Colorado Activists Travel to DC To Advocate For Israel Aid, Against Antisemitism

Four Coloradans joined over 400 Jewish Federation Activists from 65 communities convened in Washington, DC, advocating with Congress for Israel's support, combating antisemitism, and Jewish community security funding.

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North American Jewish Leaders Urge Israeli Leaders for Compromise

JEWISHcolorado Board Chair Rob Kaufmann and Interim President and CEO Renée Rockford were among 30 Federation leaders representing communities across the United States and Canada who took part in an extraordinary, 24-hour visit to Israel to express their concerns with Israeli leaders on the proposed judicial reforms and to convey the implications these changes will have on the North American Jewish community.

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Major Jewish Organizations Form Coalition To Act On Climate Crisis; Issue Open Call For Jewish Organizations Everywhere To Join

In a first-of-its-kind mobilization, 20 major Jewish organizations announce the formation of the Jewish Climate Leadership Coalition, which will bring together Jewish community leaders and organizations who recognize the existential threat and moral urgency of climate change and commit to taking action.

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JEWISHcolorado & Federation Honor Jackie Sprinces Wong with Kipnis Award

“This is my bling.” Jackie Sprinces Wong is referring to all of the nametags and trip credentials she’s saved from 13 Federation missions to Israel, numerous trips to Jewish communities around the world, and 19 of the past 20 annual Jewish Federation of North America (JFNA) Lion of Judah conferences.

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Reflections on Pittsburgh

JEWISHcolorado is helping to organize this Shabbat as National Solidarity Shabbat, a time to convene in your local synagogue to mourn the victims in Pittsburgh as well as to demonstrate that our Jewish communities will not be intimidated.

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Jewish Leaders Assess the American Jewish Situation After the Attack in Pittsburgh

Representatives of the member organizations of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and other local and national Jewish leaders gathered together to discuss the aftermath of the attack on the synagogue in Pittsburgh, the state of anti-Semitism in the United States, and steps to enhance the protection of American Jewish communities and institutions.

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Colorado’s Elaine Asarch Receives National Award

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JEWISHcolorado is thrilled to congratulate Elaine Asarch on receiving the prestigious Jewish Federations of North America’s Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland Award representing the Colorado community.

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