A nonprofit organization

We convene, connect, invest, and protect Jewish life in Colorado, Israel, and around the world.

JEWISHcolorado envisions a thriving, diverse, and dependable Jewish community, one in which people feel connected to one another, to the people of Israel, and to Jews around the world. We build that community, guided by our Jewish values, through our programs, by mobilizing and disbursing resources, and by enabling opportunities to gather together in shared purpose.


Click here to make a $1,000+ pledge to JEWISHcolorado

Frequently Asked Questions

What does The Flagship Fund support?

Gifts to The Flagship Fund are undesignated - they are used immediately to support JEWISHcolorado’s annual operating needs. Your gift to The Flagship Fund supports the areas of greatest need including grantmaking, missions, community convenings, and infrastructure and readiness to respond in times of crisis and natural disasters.

How do I make a designated gift?

If you would like to support any of our programs, please select the program from the dropdown on the donation form. 

How can I pay an existing pledge?

You can pay existing pledges here. Pledge payments do not count towards our Colorado Gives Day campaign.

How can I make a new pledge?

This year, we are accepting pledges for gifts $1,000 or greater. Pledges are payable by December 31, 2024. If you would like to give under $1,000 but want to pay in installments, please select the recurring gift option when making your gift online. The online giving form allows you to select the frequency and duration of your recurring gift. If you would like to make a gift under $1,000 at a later time, please notify Jason Oruch, Director of Online Marketing & Philanthropy, 

Leadership Giving Levels

Leadership giving demonstrates a high level of commitment to Jewish life here in Colorado, Israel, and around the globe. We are grateful to our leadership donors whose annual cumulative support of $1,000 or more during JEWISHcolorado’s July 1 to June 30 fiscal year.  

Leadership Societies

Major Donor: $10,000 or more

Women’s Philanthropy Lion of Judah: $5,000 or more

Women’s Philanthropy Pomegranate Society: $1,800- $4,999

Young Adult Ben Gurion Society: $1,000 or more


If you have questions about JEWISHcolorado or Colorado Gives Day, please contact Jason Oruch, Director of Director of Online Marketing & Philanthropy,  


JEWISHcolorado creates pathways for Coloradans to connect with Jewish life, culture, and people at home, in Israel, and around the world. 

Using our unique community-wide perspective, JEWISHcolorado supports, stewards, secures and convenes around Jewish life and values, creating connections among Jewish communities (and between Jews) in Colorado, Israel, and around the world.

Background Statement

JEWISHcolorado is made up of three historical stand-alone organizations. From 2013-2016, JEWISHcolorado merged three organizations to one—melding the missions and work of the Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado, the Jewish Community Foundation, and the Colorado Agency for Jewish Education.

Similar to a United Way, JEWISHcolorado serves as a fundraising, programming, and community planning organization. We now celebrate 77 years of service in the Greater Metropolitan Denver/Boulder area.

Organization Data


Organization name


other names

JCO, Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado

Year Established


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Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations

Organization Size

Large Organization


300 S Dahlia St
Denver, CO 80246

Service areas

Denver County, CO, US



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