Connecting Coloradans to the Jewish community & the people of Israel.
JEWISHcolorado is the result of a merger of three historic Colorado organizations: Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado, the Colorado Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE), and the Jewish Community Foundation of Colorado. Their legacies live on in JEWISHcolorado’s three primary areas of work. Our programs transmit timeless knowledge, education, and values. Our grants infuse significant resources into the local, national, and global Jewish communities. And our Philanthropy Department stewards the community’s financial resources for today and tomorrow.
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.
Jews everywhere are inextricably linked.
In acts of loving kindness, care, and compassion.
In passing down Jewish values from generation to generation.
JEWISHcolorado is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or job applicant because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, physical or mental disability, or age.
Director of Annual Campaign
The Director of Annual Campaign will be responsible for the creation and execution of an integrated resource development strategy toward JEWISHcolorado’s $7.2 Million Annual Campaign (campaign goal for FY2022). This professional will play a key role in the organization’s development efforts to identify, cultivate, solicitate, and steward annual campaign, major, and corporate donors, including JEWISHcolorado constituents and stakeholders, the board of directors, lay leaders, and key individuals in strategic Front Range and mountain communities.
Director of Young Adult Division (YAD)
This position serves as a charismatic and strategic thought leader to engage young Jewish adults in Colorado in their 20’s-40’s. This professional will develop, implement, and monitor strategies and trends to inspire young Jewish adults on a pathway from initial engagement to deeper involvement with Jewish community, leadership, and philanthropy. Included in these strategies are convenings around industry philanthropy, as well as exploration of how YAD can play a role in other Front Range and mountain communities. This position is responsible for the oversight and management of all activities, events, and data for the young adult demographic as part of a long-term, three-tiered strategy to Live.Give.Lead Jewish.
The Donor Services & Database Manager is primarily responsible for all matters related to data integrity and user services for the Donor Management System database. This position interacts with philanthropy, programming, events, and finance functions to ensure the strategic and effective collection of funds for JEWISHcolorado’s Annual Campaign and donor reporting needs for the organization. This position also oversees all internal processes for the fundraising campaign including pledge entry, payment entry, adjustments, donor acknowledgement letters, statements/invoices, agency payments and provides back-end support for questions and troubleshooting on individual donor accounts.
Senior Accountant, Contributions & Investments
The Senior Accountant for Contributions & Investments is responsible for maintaining the accuracy of financial data across all systems, especially investments and Donor Advised Funds.
Gift Processing & Donor Services Coordinator
The Gift Processing and Donor Services Associate enters donation information into multiple systems and is the primary contact for donor questions. Additionally, this position is focused upon reporting, data analysis, research, staff database training, and supporting the Advancement Team.