We build and support Jewish life for today and for generations to come.
Women’s Philanthropy at JEWISHcolorado is comprised of change-makers and community-shapers. We are sisters and daughters, mothers, grandmothers, and great grandmothers. We are business professionals, young adults, and volunteers. We are compassionate and committed women at every stage of life and career. And with gifts made by women in their own names representing 25% of JEWISHcolorado’s Annual Campaign, we play an important role.
We empower and inspire.
We help meet the needs in our community and support Israel with our dollars and our presence. Inspired and guided by the traditions of tzedakah and tikkun olam, we volunteer together, learn together, and gather together to forge meaningful connections.
90% of women in high income households make the philanthropic decisions.
A gift to JEWISHcolorado in your name will connect you to the Jewish community in a powerful and personal way. It will establish you as a role model to thousands of other women and inspire the next generation to stand up and be counted.
Questions? Contact Womens_Philanthropy@JEWISHcolorado.org
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Women’s Philanthropy in the Headlines
Colorado Woman Plays National Role Supporting Sisterhood in Philanthropy
June 1, 2021
(DENVER)—Research shows that, more and more, women are driving families’ philanthropic decisions. Kathleen Loehr, author of Gender Matters, a book on women’s philanthropy, says that women give more than men—and when they give, they give differently. Read more…
JEWISHcolorado Lay Leader Named to JFNA Cabinet Position
April 18, 2021
JEWISHcolorado congratulates Women’s Philanthropy leader Carla Weinberg Kutnick who has been named to a vice-chair role with Jewish Federations of North America’s National Young Leadership Cabinet. Read more…
Women's Philanthropy: Gender Matters
June 29, 2020
In February, at JEWISHcolorado’s annual Choices event, the Women’s Philanthropy Committee raised funds and collected supplies for The Dignity Project, a national effort to address hygiene poverty among women and girls. Read more…
JEWISHcolorado Women’s Philanthropy Committee
Carla Kutnick, Chair
Shari Katz Graham
Lisa Wolf Perlmutter