FY2016. Good Works. Big Impact. Awesome Generosity. JEWISHcolorado is proud to report on the many ways we have impacted the local and international Jewish communities during the past year. Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 is the second year in a row we set a record for overall Financial Resource Development (FRD). The beneficiaries of these dollars demonstrate our proud commitment to SMECA: To Secure, Mobilize, Engage, Care, and Advocate, on behalf of our Jewish community. In just the last year, our Young Adult Department (YAD) engaged more than 2,500 people in dynamic programming, including social events, networking, and learning opportunities. Our YAD Family Shabbat touched more than 400 new families, many of whom have come regularly to programs connecting with good friends and finding meaning in celebrating Shabbat with community. YAD programming focuses on a three-tiered, “Live, Give, Lead” strategy for young Jewish adults in their 20’s and 30’s. We are proud to say that it is by far the largest engager of this demographic in Colorado. YAD is just one of the many JEWISHcolorado programs that is growing and expanding in response to community input. Details about our many other programs can be found on pages 9-15.
Table of Contents 1
A Message From Our Leadership
3 About JEWISHcolorado 4 Securing Philanthropic Resources 5 FRD Highlights 6 Historical Trends 7 Assets Under Management 8 FRD Highlights 2016 9-14 Impact 2016 15 Thank You 16 Board of Directors
“YAD empowers young adults to connect with the Jewish community, have fun and give back. To me, it is the place where we are inspiring strong leadership connections and lifelong friendships” - Whitney Chotin Wolz, Chair, Young Adult Department
THE PAST 365 DAYS HAVE TESTED US, INSPIRED US AND MOTIVATED US TO DO MORE. A Message from JEWISHcolorado’s Leadership As our organization enters its 70th year of strong communal representation, we are also proud to be 3 years young. Our Reimagining process continues to take root and is a powerful guide as we make the decisions that will shape our organization and our community in the coming year. It is my pleasure to be the new chair of the Board of Directors, and I welcome your ideas and your passion as we embark on this new year. Diana Zeff Anderson, incoming JEWISHcolorado Board Chair
As I reflect on the last year, I am extremely proud of the dollars we raised and the lives that were touched by our work. I am excited about our organization’s clear vision for the future. It has been an honor to serve as your board chair, and I look forward to continuing to work together to enrich our Jewish community. Amy Toltz-Miller, outgoing JEWISHcolorado Board Chair
This was a challenging year for many Jewish communities around the world. Increased levels of violence and anti-Semitism reminded us of the importance of Klal Yisrael – our interconnectedness as a people, and the necessity of our organization’s role to help secure the future. We take this responsibility very seriously, and invite you to join us in our important effort to secure and mobilize our community. There is great work to be done! Doug Seserman, JEWISHcolorado President and CEO
Highlights from the Last Year JEWISHcolorado raised a record $22.4 million in FY2016, marking the second year in a row of unprecedented fundraising success. Colorado became the 4th state in the nation to pass anti-BDS legislation, thanks to hard work by JEWISHcolorado’s Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) and strong bipartisan support.
JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL
The annual Walk for Israel nearly doubled in size, as more than 2,200 community members came together in downtown Denver to demonstrate solidarity and proud support of Israel.
JEWISHcolorado and Colorado Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE) agreed to a formal merger. The combined organization now offers a broader range of programming, while providing a savings to the community of approximately $175,000/year. Our Christmas Mitzvah Project brought together more than 250 members of the community who volunteered in organizations around Denver, making sure our non-Jewish friends could spend the holiday with their friends and family.
ABOUT JEWISHcolorado 70 Years Strong + 3 Years Young On May 23, 1946, JEWISHcolorado was organized as a non-profit corporation. 70 years later, JEWISHcolorado continues to serve as the umbrella fundraising, community building, and strategic planning organization for the local Jewish community. JEWISHcolorado raises and distributes dollars to support Jewish life in Colorado, Israel and around the world. We are a proud member of Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), along with 148 other “federations” and over 300 independent network communities. JEWISHcolorado honors its rich history, but we also recognized that “what got us here, wasn’t going to us there.” In order to be relevant and sustainable, we needed to bridge our 20th century organization into the 21st century. We needed to be more meaningful and to adapt to the ever-changing priorities of our
constituents. In 2010, we began a comprehensive strategic planning process to reimagine our organization for the future. This “reimagining” process concluded with a name change to JEWISHcolorado and a reinvigorated approach. We are now three years “young” as a reimagined organization. We have worked hard to better reflect what the community told us was important to them by streamlining our operations, narrowing our focus, and prioritizing how we steward limited resources. As we look forward to the next 70 years, we are committed to meeting the current needs of the Jewish community while securing the future for the next generation.
SMECA is Our Guide We Have Two Powerful Mission Objectives.
SECURE We SECURE, steward, and share philanthropic and human resources.
MOBILIZE We MOBILIZE the community in times of need.
Our Programs and Grantmaking are Focused on Three Key Areas.
ENGAGE We ENGAGE the next generation in being Jewish.
CARE We CARE for those who are vulnerable.
ADVOCATE We support Israel and ADVOCATE for the Jewish world.
SMECA is the process for being ordained as a Rabbi and means blanket in Hebrew. This speaks to the unique nature and role of our work. In essence, we wrap our arms around, and cover, our local and global Jewish community. 3
SECURING PHILANTHROPIC RESOURCES
JEWISHcolorado is committed to “Helping Today and Securing Tomorrow” by raising resources through multiple revenue streams. This is known as total Financial Resource Development, FRD.
The Annual Campaign The Annual Campaign is the vehicle through which JEWISHcolorado helps to support the current operating needs and priorities of the Jewish community.
Unrestricted Funding (Flagship Fund)
The Flagship Fund supports JEWISHcolorado’s Strategic Alliance partnerships, value-added community programs, internal operations, and external grantmaking to other Jewish organizations.
Jco Restricted Funding
JEWISHcolorado enables donors to direct their charitable giving to specific value-added programs that we provide on behalf of the community.
Restricted Non-Allocable Funding
JEWISHcolorado also enables donors to make charitable contributions to Jewish 501c3 organizations locally, nationally, and internationally with no overhead or administrative fees.
Endowment & Planned Giving Endowment & Planned Giving speaks to the “securing tomorrow” aspect of our business. JEWISHcolorado, through a diverse array of vehicles, enables donors to effectively manage their annual giving, engage multiple generations in philanthropy, and create permanent gifts (during their lifetime and/or as a part of their overall estate plan) to help Jewish life continue to thrive for generations to come. This type of philanthropic planning is a proactive affirmation of a donor’s values and legacy. JEWISHcolorado currently houses $80.1 million in total assets under management and anticipated gifts. Our goal is to exceed $100 million in the next few years. Current assets are made up of the following: • •
Donor Advised Funds Agency/Synagogue Endowments
• • •
Charitable Trusts Charitable Gift Annuities Restricted Program Endowments
• • •
Real Estate Bequests Other Anticipated Gifts
FRD HIGHLIGHTS 2016 â€œThe dollars we raise have a direct and positive impact on Jewish lives every day. We always keep that in in the forefront of our minds as we raise funds that better Jewish communities locally and abroad. Thank you to our community for continuing to support these life-changing initiatives.â€? Jackie Sprinces Wong, Development/Campaign Chair
2016 vs 2015 % Change
Restricted to Jco Programs/Operations
Restricted to Others/Non-Allocable
Crisis Response Funds
Total Annual Campaign Dollars
Endowment and Planned Giving
Total Financial Resource Development (FRD)
Total Donors to Annual Campaign
JEWISHcolorado Total Assets
Subtotal Available for JEWISHcolorado Programs, Operations and Grants
Testamentary & Anticipated Bequests Total JEWISHcolorado Assets and Testamentary Gifts
*Dollars shown in millions
FRD Highlights Total FRD: $22.4 Million (+8.7%)
Growth in FRD was driven largely by Endowment & Planned Giving, which continued to be strong, helping JEWISHcolorado set a fundraising record for the second year in a row.
JEWISHcolorado Restricted Funding: $1.7 Million (+55%)
In FY2016 we continued our focus on providing value-added community programs. This area of growth was significant, up 55% from last year.
Record Endowment and Planned Gifts: $12.3 Million 5
HISTORICAL TRENDS JEWISHcolorado: Well-positioned to serve an evolving philanthropic landscape JEWISHcolorado has experienced robust growth in
by leveraging our expertise in donor engagement
Total Financial Resource Development (FRD) in
and Jewish philanthropy to attract new Donor
the past several years, despite philanthropic trends
Advised Fund (DAF) holders, agency and synagogue
moving away from unrestricted giving. We have done
custodial accounts, and transformative programmatic
this by enhancing giving opportunities in support
endowments. These funds are a permanent source of
of JEWISHcolorado programs and services such
income for programs such as the Joyce Zeff Israel Study
as PJ Library, JCRC, One Happy Camper, YAD, our
Tour (IST). In 2016, JEWISHcolorado had a record FRD
Shlichim program, and many others. We have seen
year by raising over $22 million in new contributions.
significant growth in Endowment and Planned Giving
2007-2016 Campaign Years, FRD Historical Trend 22.4M Total
Endowment & Planned Giving 10.1M Annual Campaign
Restricted Campaign Restricted to Jco
Unrestricted Campaign $0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT Long-term asset growth will strengthen our communityâ€™s future JEWISHcolorado has focused on strategic
gifts that will provide permanent support for
conversations with donors about all aspects of their
JEWISHcolorado, our programs and our community
philanthropy. This has led to asset growth in critical
partners by more than 50% since 2007. Our ability to
areas. JEWISHcolorado has grown its Donor Advised
fulfill our mission will be bolstered by the work that
Fund pool by over 40% since 2010. We have also
JEWISHcolorado is doing today to secure permanent
increased the number of testamentary (expected)
2007-2016 Fiscal Years, Assets Under Management 90 83.7M 80
Assets Under Management 62.7M
Community Custodial DAFs Restricted Funds Real Estate and Receivables Unrestricted Endowment 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
FRD HIGHLIGHTS 2016 Annual Campaign Overview - $10.1 Million Raised Where the Money Goes - Distribution of Annual Campaign Dollars
Donor Restricted Designations
Programs & Grants Programs & Community Services
Local & Overseas Grants
Local Agency Destinations
Priority of Fund Distributions from Annual Campaign In FY2016 we continued to distribute funds according to the following priorities:
Strategic Alliances are formal collaborative relationships that allow both organizations to be more effective together than alone.
JEWISHcolorado runs programs that engage the next generation in being Jewish, care for the vulnerable and support and advocate for Israel and the Jewish world.
OVERHEAD/ OPERATIONS (determined in annual budget)
The professional human resources and support systems that enable JEWISHcolorado to function effectively.
EXTERNAL GRANTS (PIN Funding)
Additional funding to support important community programs.
OUR STRATEGIC ALLIANCES MAKE US STRONGER, MORE CONNECTED AND BETTER FOCUSED ON OUR JEWISH COMMUNITY.
In FY2016 We Had Strategic Alliances with CAJE and UJA Aspen Valley CAJE
In mid-July, the Colorado Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE) and JEWISHcolorado board members voted unanimously to merge into a single entity. The combined organization will offer a full range of programming for all ages, create efficiencies for both organizations and for the community, and is expected to reap approximately $175,000 in annual savings. CAJE is now the educational division of JEWISHcolorado, and Phyllis Adler, executive director of CAJE, will be expanding her role to include the oversight of most of the JEWISHcolorado programming as well.
UJA Aspen Valley
Our of partnership with UJA Powered by Aspen Valley continues to be a success. Through our partnership, JEWISHcolorado provides professional support via back office administration and a “front office” push in the Annual Campaign. Fundraising was up 11% vs. FY2015, to $372,478, and we continue to look for innovative ways to grow the relationship.
Welcome to Our Newest Strategic Alliance Ramat HaNegev
We are excited to have formalized our 15 year partnership with Ramat HaNegev with an official strategic alliance that brings Israel to Colorado and Colorado to Israel. As a strategic alliance, Ramat HaNegev will continue to benefit from JEWISHcolorado’s efforts to promote tourism to and support for the region. JEWISHcolorado and Ramat HaNegev will continue to exchange cultural and other resources that allow for Ramat HaNegev to flourish and attract young families to move there. Our strategic alliance supports the Center for Children with Special Needs, young adult programs, and Nitzana, a cutting edge educational center that fosters environmentalism, tolerance, and self-confidence. Nitzana is home to Ramat Negev many JAFI social activism projects. Regional Council Ramat HaNegev is every Coloradoan’s home in Israel
Total Funding for Strategic Alliances in the Upcoming Year is $858,000 9
IMPACT 2016 Total Impact $9.2 million Local Impact + $2.6 million Overseas Impact
Global Jewish Impact = $11.8 million Local Total Impact through JEWISHcolorado – 2016 Campaign Year – $9.2M
B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO)
Beth Jacob High School
Donor Designated Pledges $
TOTAL FUNDING through JEWISHcolorado $
Endowment and Planned Giving Distributions $
Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Denver Academy of Torah
Denver Jewish Day School
Hillel of Colorado
Jewish Family Service of Colorado
Robert E. Loup JCC
Yeshiva Toras Chaim
TOTAL LOCAL PIN GRANTS
All Other Local Funding through JEWISHcolorado
Strategic Alliance Partnership UJA Aspen Valley
SUBTOTAL OF LOCAL IMPACT
JEWISHcolorado Programming, Services & Outreach
TOTAL LOCAL IMPACT (Including Programming, Services & Outreach) JEWISHcolorado
5 6 7 8 9 10
COMMUNITY PARTNER AGENCIES
Community Support Distributions $
Approved PIN Grant $
# of Organizations
Other Funding Paid in 2016
PIN = Programs with Impact and Need (A Program has Impact if it is aligned with our three key areas of focus; it has Need if there is a demonstrated funding “gap”) Gap = Difference between revenue secured by agency for the program and what the program actually costs on an annual basis (JEWISHcolorado “fills the gap”) Community Support = Dollars reserved for annual support of community dinners and other activities (Tickets, ads, tribute journals, sponsorships, etc.) Strategic Alliance = A formal, documented and mutually beneficial relationship between two autonomous organizations to purse a set of agreed-upon goals
IMPACT 2016 Israel, National & Overseas Total Impact through JEWISHcolorado 2016 Campaign Year – $2.6M 2016 Grant (Paid in FY17)
Donor Designated Pledges (FY16)
Endowment and Planned Giving Distributions (FY16)
Total Funding through JEWISHcolorado
Jewish Agency for Israel Joint Distribution Committee World ORT
Strategic Alliance Ramat Ha’Negev/Nitzana
Jewish Federations of North America
Israel Study Tour Subsidies
Youth Israel Travel Subsidies
Garin Ha’Torani B’Lod
Other National & Overseas Organizations
Israel Engagement Committee and Relief Donations
$24,100 $442,000 $3,874*
Total Jewish Impact
Total Non-Jewish Impact
Total Jewish and Non-Jewish Impact
* Designated to various emergency/crisis campaigns throughout the year
OUR PROGRAMMING HELPS CONNECT AND STRENGTHEN YOUR JEWISHcolorado
JEWISHcolorado’s Community Programs Our wide range of programs are an important part of our commitment to our local community and to Israel. Connecting individuals and agencies to the larger Jewish population throughout all stages of life is our passion. From early childhood education to PJ Library, from teens to Birthright, and from seniors to legacy, JEWISHcolorado provides meaningful engagement opportunities during any stage of your Jewish journey.
ENGAGE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
Provides up to $100,000 annually in scholarship funding to assist Jewish families with the cost of early childhood education. The average scholarship is $1,875/ student.
We engage the next generation in being Jewish. PJ LIBRARY
In partnership with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, we provide Jewish themed books and music to thousands of families in Colorado with children age 6 months through 8 years.
ONE HAPPY CAMPER
Now in its 47th year, IST is a life-changing 5-week trip to Poland and Israel for high school students entering their senior year. The trip is one of the premier Israel teen trips in the country, and has sent over 2,500 students to Israel.
These weekly and monthly programs for children in preschool through 6th grade teach children and their families about Judaism in a fun, interactive, experiential educational framework.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
In partnership with the Foundation for Jewish Camp, this program provides subsidies for Colorado children to attend a Jewish overnight camp. Last year, JEWISHcolorado awarded 130 grants ranging from $700 - $1,000 per camper.
JOYCE ZEFF ISRAEL STUDY TOUR (IST)
We provide professional development for early childhood educators to help them improve quality of teaching and bring seamless Judaism to their classrooms.
An annual, free 10-day trip to Israel for up to 40 Jewish Coloradans 1826 years of age. The CO Birthright trip strengthens Jewish identity and communities, solidarity with Israel, and continues to engage participants upon their return.
YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT (YAD)
YAD is the largest engager of Jewish young adults in their 20’s and 30’s in Colorado, engaging over 2,500 participants in programming and other initiatives focused on a threetiered, “Live, Give, Lead” strategy.
We care for those who are vulnerable.
COMMUNITY NUTRITION MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
This annual, state-wide event raises awareness of the prevalence of breast and ovarian cancer in the Jewish community, and honors and celebrates those touched by these diseases with meaningful events throughout the community.
In collaboration with Jewish Family Service, Shalom Cares, the Robert E. Loup JCC, and Volunteers of America, this program provides over 20,000 nutritious Kosher meals annually to Jewish seniors in need.
We support Israel and advocate for the Jewish world.
JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL (JCRC)
ISRAELI EMISSARIES (SHLICHIM)
This program creates heartfelt connections between Jews in Colorado and in Israel by building “living bridges” (people-topeople) through programs, travel, events, and other activities. One of the signature events is the Walk for Israel, which brought together 2,200 community members in 2016.
This coalition of 36 Colorado organizations and synagogues and 15 at-large members comes together to speak with one voice on issues of concern to Israel and the Jewish community. JCRC is active at the state and national level.
More than 4,000 people each year interact with the three community emissaries who work passionately to ensure the future of an engaged and committed Jewish community with Israel at its core.
How Are These Programs Funded? JEWISHcolorado PROGRAMS
Other historic CAJE Outreach Programs
(eg. Jewish Explorers)
Shlichah/Shininim - Israeli Emissaries
ECE - CAJE and Scholarships
Israel Center & Programming / Yoms/Advocacy
JEWISHcolorado Value-Added Services JEWISHcolorado Outreach Programs TOTAL VALUE-ADDED PROGRAMS
74% 56% 54% 99%
38% 100% 100%
% FROM THE FLAGSHIP FUND
One Happy Camper
% FROM DIRECT SUPPORT
CAJE - IST
JEWISHcolorado is the only organization in the local Jewish community working on behalf of the entire Jewish world. This is primarily accomplished through external grants to local and overseas partners in support of programs that fall within our areas of impact.
External Grants= $1,467,000 Local PIN Funding - Programs with Impact and Need = $669,000
In addition to community support funding, we make external grants to local agencies. The PIN model enables JEWISHcolorado to “fill the gap” between revenues already generated for the program and what the program actually costs. PIN grants are funded from dollars historically used for allocations. Each year, grant funding is recommended through a volunteer led process and approved by JEWISHcolorado’s Board of Directors. Local PIN Funding
Sponsors the Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program, to raise awareness and honor Holocaust survivors.
B’nai Brith Youth Organization (BBYO)
Provides scholarships to over 80 teens for local, regional, and international conferences.
Sponsors an annual fundraising event in support of the Flatiron Tribe Young Adult program, and other programs to engage the next generation.
Hillel of Colorado
Supports the “welcome to campus” and “outreach” initiatives on Hillel’s three primary campuses.
Sponsors an annual fundraising event in support of Certified Nursing Assistants designed to provide residents with optimal care.
Jewish Family Service
Supports the Community Chaplain, which provides rabbinical services to Jews living in non-Jewish nursing homes, and the Boulder Safety-Net Program, which provides services to Boulder clients.
Jewish Day Schools
Supports the Hebrew Immersion Program (HIP) and other programs to engage students at Beth Jacob High School, Denver Academy of Torah, Denver Jewish Day School, Hillel Academy, and Yeshiva Toras Chaim.
Robert E. Loup JCC
Supports the Young Israel Emissary (Shaliach) and Israeli camp counselors as part of a significant investment in Community Shlichim working to build personal relationships between the Colorado Jewish community and Israel.
Local Community Support Partners and Michael H. Staenberg Anything Grants
This funding enabled any local Jewish organization to request support for event sponsorships, tribute journals, and other critical needs. 92 organizations have benefitted from these support dollars.
Israel, National, and Overseas Grants = $798,000 In addition to local funding, JEWISHcolorado provides significant grants to various Israel, National, and Overseas (INO) organizations and funding to our primary national and overseas partners; the Jewish Federations of North American (JFNA), the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC). Israel and Overseas Grants
2016 Grant 243,000
Israel Engagement Programs Lod TOTAL
Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) Dues/Operating Funding Core Funding Israel Study Tour Subsidies
Teen/Young Adult Israel Travel Subsidies/Israel Connection
THANK YOU 700+ volunteers who contributed their time during the last year Prime Minister Council Donors
GOLD Mercedes-Benz of Westminster
Tiffany and Joel Appel Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLC The Chotin Foundation
The Glucksman Team at The Kentwood Company Cherry Creek Melinda Goldrich MidFirst Bank Miller & Associates Law Offices
Diana Zeff Anderson
Celeste and Jack Grynberg
Mizel Family Foundations
Israel Investment Advisors
Scott and Andrea Stillman/Mass Mutual of Colorado
Julie and Brent Morse
Lazarus Israel Opportunities Fund LLLP
Sloat & Nicholson, PC
The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Colorado
The Sprinces Wong Family Foundation
Monarch Casino Black Hawk
Strear Family Foundation, Inc.
Rella and Monroe Rifkin
Robinson Management LLC
Singer Family Foundation
Ramo Family Trust
Friends of JEWISHcolorado
The Staenberg Family Foundation
Staenberg Family Foundation
A Custom Look Photography
Strear Family Foundation
Andrew Feinstein, EXDO Event Center
Toltz Philanthropic Fund
Syntrinsic Investment Counsel, LLC
Brannan Sand & Gravel
Mark W. and Jacqueline Sprinces Wong
Waas Campbell Rivera Johnson & Velasquez LLP
Connect Graphics, LLC
Melinda Goldrich, Goldrich Family Fund Celeste and Jack Grynberg Nancy Reichman and Charlie Gwirtsman Kesher Foundation – Diana Zeff Anderson Feiner Family Foundation – Michael and Debbie Feiner
Joyce Zeff z”l The Kal and Joyce Zeff Family Foundation
JEWISHcolorado Sponsors 2015-2016 PLATINUM Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP Mizel Family Foundations Singer Family Foundation
DiNatale Water Consultants Fastlane Productions, Inc. Gusher Oilfield Services, LLC
Bain Family Foundation
JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek
Civil Resources, LLC
Kaplan and Associates P.C.
Community Resource Services of Colorado
Law Office of Tod J. Smith, LLC
D.A. Davidson & Co.
Dance Trax Productions
Ada and Reuven Geller
Republic National Distributing Company Eric Stephenson Photography
Thank You 2016 Outgoing Board Members! Sue Allon Charlie Gwirtsman
Andy Kark Scott Levin
Ruth Malman Royce Zimmerman
Please Welcome Our 2017 Board of Directors Whitney Chotin Wolz* Young Adult Department (YAD) Chair
Diana Zeff Anderson Board Chair Amy Toltz-Miller Immediate Past Chair
Jacki Cooper Melmed David Farahi
Jackie Wong Development/Campaign Chair
Craig Gardenswartz* Agency Representative
Rob Kaufmann Secretary
Jaime Miller Altman Lisa Mintz* Jewish Women's Philanthropy Committee (JWPC) Chair
Tiffany Glucksman Appel
Melinda Goldrich UJA Aspen Valley Representative
Aza Squarer* Boulder Steering Committee Chair
Ben Lusher Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) Chair
Jason Williamson* Israel Engagement Committee Chair
Rabbi Joseph Black Rocky Mountain Rabbinical Council Representative
Judy Robins President & CEO Doug Seserman *Incoming board members
Alan Brandt Planning & Grant Making Committee Chair
Andy Franklin Treasurer
Emeritus Board Members Robert E. Loup
To learn more about our work, visit JEWISHcolorado.org or call 303.321.3399
300 S. Dahlia Street, Suite 300, Denver, CO 80246
Published on Sep 13, 2016
JEWISHcolorado is proud to report on the many ways we have impacted the local and international Jewish communities during the past year.