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The Jewish Outreach Initiative is

a program of Aish of the Rockies

Timeless
Wisdom For
Modern Lives

The destination for Young Jewish Families in Denver to experience the JOI in Judaism in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

Featured Events

  • Purim at the Children's Museum
    Purim at the Children's Museum
    Sun, Mar 24
    Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico C
    Mar 24, 2024, 4:45 PM – 7:30 PM
    Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico C, 2121 Children's Museum Dr, Denver, CO 80211, USA
    Mar 24, 2024, 4:45 PM – 7:30 PM
    Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico C, 2121 Children's Museum Dr, Denver, CO 80211, USA
    Join us for our Annual Pre-Purim Celebration at the Children's Museum!
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  • Live with Lizzy: A Conversation on Israel and Antisemitism with Lizzy Savetsky
    Live with Lizzy: A Conversation on Israel and Antisemitism with Lizzy Savetsky
    Sun, Apr 07
    Address provided after registration
    Apr 07, 2024, 7:00 PM
    Address provided after registration
    Apr 07, 2024, 7:00 PM
    Address provided after registration
    JOIn us for our Spring Showcase!
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Bring Them Home Now!

Make your voice heard

Click the link above to email the White House demanding the hostages get released. 

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Rabbi Lehrfield is going back to Israel in February with a group from Denver and around the US. Contact Rabbi Lehrfield directly to sponsor activities on the mission for soldiers and their families, displaced families, etc. 

To contribute items for them to bring to those in Israel use the links below.  Check back often as new opportunities will be shared and additional items added to the lists:

You can also bring new clothes to the JHub to be given to the needy and displaced families. 

(they currently have a shortage of and are requesting baby one piece winter outfits, boys clothing - winter pants and shirts sizes 4-16, long sleeved undershirts  boys and girls sizes 2-16)

As a people, we, as Jews, have always recognized the profound significance of the word "and." We feel the heartbreak and pain our brothers and sisters in Israel are enduring, AND simultaneously, we persist in our pursuit of a stronger and more inspired Jewish life here. Despite the attempts of terrorists to instill fear and push us to conceal our Judaism, we respond by growing stronger and prouder. Now, more than ever, it is crucial for us to come together as a community to support one another.

At JOI, we are unwaveringly committed to supporting Israel in every possible way AND we are committed to provide top-notch Jewish programming that empowers us to live for the values our brothers and sisters are bravely fighting for in Israel.

We encourage you to give, act, pray and advocate for Israel and show up in numbers for Jewish programing here in Denver.

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In order to provide more equitable access to our programs, JOI has moved to "set your own price" tickets for all of our programing. This way, you can pay what you think each program is worth to you, taking into consideration how much you can afford or you can choose to pay more to help offset the price for those less fortunate.

For reference, most events that include dinner cost about $40/person.

You will be prompted at the end to add a tip or donation to offset the transaction costs. Please note, that these this is optional and these funds do not go to JOI. They go directly to Zeffy.

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The Jewish Outreach Initiative's mission is to Inspire people to live more thoughtful, spiritual, and impactful lives through Jewish learning and living. We offer programs for Young Jewish Families in the Denver Metro Area

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