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Rose Community Foundation helps Jewish Institutions such as Congregation Beth Evergreen grow stronger through initiatives like MazelTot.org, which connects young families to Jewish life, and an endowment fund, which helps secure the synagogue's future.
Rose Community Foundation supports the well-being of Denver Metro Latinos through initiatives which seek to help caregivers.
Often leadership comes in the form of enabling and empowering others to make change in the community. Charitable funds such as Jewish Women's Fund of Colorado at Rose Community Foundation do just that.
In 2013, a Foundation Jewish Life initiative, MazelTot.org: Connecting Young Families to Jewish Life, was named one of the nation’s 50 most innovative Jewish nonprofit projects by The Slingshot Guide ’13-‘14, an annual compilation of the most inspiring and innovative Jewish organizations and programs in North America.
Most of my life I didn’t have a strong connection to Judaism. As I entered high school, I was looking for new things to explore. I wasn’t actively looking for a Jewish extracurricular activity, but when I heard about Rose Youth Foundation, it allowed me to be swept away on the journey of a lifetime.
Launched in 2010, Boomers Leading Change in Health (BLCiH) is a groundbreaking, grassroots volunteer effort dedicated to improving the health — and access to health care — of individuals and families in the Greater Denver community by harnessing the experience, energy and conviction of adult volunteers over age 50.