You can help create a legacy where our children and our children’s children can find meaningful Jewish experiences as envisioned by the prophet Micah:

Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God. (Micah 6:8)

A bequest or planned gift to the Temple Micah Endowment Fund will ensure:

  • We continue to attract inspiring, innovative rabbis who understand our need to experience the sense of wonder, awe and inquiry that is the heart of Judaic teaching at Temple Micah
  • Our “radical inclusivity” lives on and all continue to feel welcome – interfaith families, LGBTQ families, those whose Jewish beliefs are still being developed, the young and the young-at-heart, those with need and those who have
  • Future temple leadership will experience the freedom to be creative, to take risks and develop relevant and meaningful ways for Micah to impact the lives of Colorado’s Jewish community, secure in the knowledge that Micah’s financial core needs are being met
  • That you can give something back – tzedakah – to a synagogue that has meaning, value and importance in your life.

Please contact Kelli.Theis@MicahDenver.org to learn more about Micah Tomorrow and the Temple Micah Endowment Fund.

Thank you to the following members who have donated to the Temple Micah Endowment Fund:

  • Michael & Robin Aubrey
  • Linda & Darice Bayer
  • Hal & Brenda Bruno
  • Steve & Kari Epstein
  • Lawrence & Elizabeth Feldman
  • Jesse Groman & Abigail Person
  • K/J Community Fund of the Denver Foundation
  • Charles Kessler, Chris Lynn
  • Elaine & Irv Levy
  • Ira Selkowitz & Pilar Osorio in memory of Leonard Selkowitz
  • Nancy Litwack-Strong & Peter Strong
  • Sam Mamet & Judith Cassel-Mamet
  • Dan & Jackson Meyers
  • Rabbi Adam, Renee, Addison & Dakota Morris
  • The Roberts Family
  • Martin & Wendy Smith
  • Dena Sorokin
  • Helen Spiegel
  • Risa Tatarsky & Michael Clapman
  • David Teitelman
  • Jon & Sharon Thorson
  • Anonymous (5)