Tag Archives: Tzedakah – Philanthropy

BJCF Extends Grant Deadline

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The Boulder Jewish Community Foundation has extended its 2010-2011 grant application deadline until Friday, July 16th.

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Roots & Branches Seeks Grantmakers

Rose Community Foundation is seeking Jewish volunteers in their 20s and 30s who want to be part of a grantmaking program called Roots & Branches Foundation.

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Roots & Branches Awards Grants

Roots & Branches Foundation, a grantmaking initiative of Rose Community Foundation, has awarded $65,932 in grants to 12 organizations.

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Slide Show on Guatemala Learning Journey

The founders of Reading Village share a slide presentation of the organization's recent "service-learning" trip to rural Guatemala. Tikkun Olam is not a Mayan word but it is a central principle that guides their work.

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Interfaith Spiritual Pilgrimage to the Holy Land for Peace, Healing and Prayer

This spring, bring the family on an Interfaith Philanthropic and Spiritual Pilgrimage, March 21-April 2, 2010 co-led by Boulder Renewal Rabbis Nadya and Victor Gross, Shepha Schneirsohn Vainstein and Imam Jihad Turk.

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Philanthropizza – Eat Great Food and Support the BJCC

On Wednesday, December 16 (6th Night of Chanukah), you can eat a delicious meal at California Pizza Kitchen anytime that day, and 20% of your bill will be donated to the Boulder JCC. Bring the printable flyer with you.

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Federation Men’s Event Draws 1,300

This year's Allied Jewish Federation Men's Event drew 1,300 men (about 30 from Boulder) Thursday night to hear featured speaker Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon. Click headline to read the story and see the pictures.

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Have a Heart: Returning Soul to the Center of Giving

There is no doubt that this has been a “unique” year to be a fundraiser for the Jewish community. Whether you are a donor or an "asker," participating in the mitzvah of tzedakah helps connect us to our soul's purpose. Click the headline for the full text.

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