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Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) Kickoff Event

Join the JFS Jewish Disabilities Advocates Collaborative as we learn with Rabbi Belser about disability wisdom; creating communities of familiarity, interdependence, and care; and dismantling ableism.

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JFS Hosting Denver Job Fair

Ready to work? Join us for the JFS Job Fair happening May 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the JFS Atrium, 3201 Tamarac Dr., Denver.

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Join the JFS Boulder Team

Boulder JFS is seeking an energetic, positive, and collaborative individual to be our Volunteer Services Manager.

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Experience JFS Boulder

JFS is hosting its annual fundraiser, Experience JFS Boulder, Sunday, September 11. Sponsor now, tickets soon!

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Save the Date for Faces of JFS

Join us, in person for Faces of JFS on October 13, as we honor three individuals who have demonstrated exemplary leadership, philanthropy, and dedication to Jewish Family Service and our community.

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JFS Boulder Presents Medicare 101, Virtually

Our Medicare presentation provides an educational overview of the Medicare basics. Learn more about Original Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans, prescription drug coverage, and available resources in Boulder County Area Agency on Aging.

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JFS Boulder Seeks New Director

Jewish Family Service of Colorado (JFS) seeks a director to lead the vision, direction, and strategy of the JFS Boulder office.

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Jewish Disabilities Advocates Synagogues Shine a Spotlight on Mental Illness Awareness

Recognizing a pressing need to reduce stigma regarding mental illness, the four synagogues that are part of Jewish Family Service’s Jewish Disabilities Advocates, will focus on mental illness awareness during Jewish Disabilities Awareness, Acceptance, & Inclusion Month in February.

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Jewish Family Service Today

“If we include its predecessors, Jewish Family Service of Colorado is the oldest Jewish community organization in Colorado. One would think that by now everyone knows what it does."

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