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Roots & Branches Foundation is a collaborative philanthropy program at Rose Community Foundation for Jewish people ages 25 to 40 who are interested in giving together to help shape their Jewish and broader communities.
A JHub group cleans up a playground
Do you remember life as a teenager? Maybe you currently have a teen growing up in your home?
BUILDing Jewish ECE is a ground-breaking initiative that seeks to guide nine Denver and Boulder synagogues and Jewish community centers – and their early childhood education (ECE) centers – towards increasing enrollment, Jewish family engagement and connections to the Jewish community.
"I didn’t want the evening to end. I didn’t want to say goodbye to the group,” says Robin Glickstein, in response to sharing a unique and special experience with 11 others through a “micro-giving circle” at Rose Community Foundation.
Dash Sperling may be only 17, but he already knows a good investment when he sees one. He is co-chair of Rose Youth Foundation (RYF), a youth-led philanthropy group for Jewish teens and a program of Rose Community Foundation.
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.
William (“Dr.Bill”) Silvers, MD, encourages his patients to live life to the fullest. “Asthma should not hold anyone back from aspiring to be an Olympian,” he affirms. A dedicated board-certified allergist for 37 years, Dr. Silvers started the donor-advised Allergy and Asthma Health Fund at Rose Community Foundation to create a legacy focused on medicine and Jewish values.