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Josh Gold to manage Mazel Tot for RCF

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Josh GoldJosh Gold has been named MazelTot.org initiative manager at Rose Community Foundation.

Gold will oversee MazelTot.org’s network of partner organizations and serve as a resource to help families with young children connect to Jewish life and one another in greater Denver and Boulder.

At MazelTot.org, families can explore the offerings of 37 Jewish institutions throughout greater Denver and Boulder and redeem discounts for big savings on programs and events.

Prior to joining the foundation, Gold was the associate director of donor relations at the Community College of Aurora Foundation. He was also youth director for a number of years at BMH-BJ and Temple Sinai.

Gold holds a BA from CSU in technical journalism and an MA in nonprofit management from Regis University.

He currently chairs the finance and development committee for YouthRoots and has served on several nonprofit boards.

An active member of MazelTot.org himself, Gold is the father of two young children.

Information: rcfdenver.org.

 

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