The 2018-2019 Greater Denver Jewish Community Study is a portrait of Jewish life in the seven-county metro Denver/Boulder region. The study’s results offer insights into the perspectives and needs of increasingly diverse Jewish communities and serves as a valuable data source for Jewish organizations in the area.
Over 2,500 Jewish households in Greater Denver participated in the survey, which provides an in-depth look at the area’s Jewish population, demographic composition, philanthropy and volunteering practices, community engagement levels, connection to Jewish life and more. The results will enable local organizations and funders to better understand and meet the needs of the Jewish community, including households with partners or other members who do not identify as Jewish.
- Full Report
- Technical Appendices
- Appendix A: Methodology
- Appendix B: Comparison Charts
- Appendix C: Index of Jewish Engagement
- Appendix D Codebook
New Insights 2020
- Intro to Banner Tables
- Tables for Jewish Respondents
- Tables for Jewish Households
- Tables for Economic Vulnerability
- Recording, Jewish Engagement and Connection Webinar
- Slide Deck, Jewish Engagement and Connection Webinar
- Recording, Jewish Philanthropic Trends
- Slide Deck, Jewish Philanthropic Trends
- Recording, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Jewish Community
- Slide Deck, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Jewish Community
The 2018-2019 study was funded with support from Rose Community Foundation, the Jay & Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Colorado and the Sturm Family Foundation. It was conducted by the Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (CMJS) and the Steinhardt Social Research Institute (SSRI) at Brandeis University. View the full news release.