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Adoption - JEWISH CHILDREN'S ADOPTION NETWORK (JCAN) -- PO Box 16544, Denver, CO 80216-0544; (303) 573-8113; FAX (303) 893-1447; E-mail, jcan@uswest.net;  National Jewish adoption network and resource; Steve and Vicki Krausz - Please Give -  Most of these children have special needs. 
[Fund Raisers: Jewish Fabric]
American Red Magen David for Israel:
Denver Friends of ARMDI   -- George Blau, chair -- 1656 Zenobia St., Denver, CO 80204 1-303-571-4388 or gblau@aol.com
Boulder
-- Michele Ritter (303) 786-9717
[Donate Now and save lives in Israel] web site: http://www.armdi.org
BICKUR CHOLIM OF DENVER Society to visit and support the sick; Leah Mehler, (303) 333-1017 or Agi Fried, (303) 321-0413. Bikur Cholim of Denver is a nonprofit organization of whose sole purpose is to offer assistance to Jews with illnesses. Bikur Cholim, which translated means visiting the sick, is funded strictly on donations and is staffed by volunteers. There are no administrative costs and there is no charge to any individual for services provided by the organization. Bikur Cholim  is available to Jews of all religious orientations.

Visitation

...home or hospital visits to the patient
...support for his/her family

Kosher Food

...for out-of-town patients and their families
    to be close to the hospital

Blood Donor Program

...directed donations for a specific patient’s needs
...Jewish community blood drive

Transportation

...to medical appointments
...to meet a patient or family member at the airport
...to shopping
...or as needed

Medical Liaison

...to help answer general questions which arise
    during hospitalization
...to provide an interpreter for communication with
    care providers
...to assist patients with insurance issues

Chaplaincy Services

...to meet with Rabbi of his/her religious orientation

Synagogue Coordinators

East Denver Orthodox Synagogue (EDOS)
Agi Fried      (303) 321-0413
Leah Mehler (303) 333-1017

Southeast Denver

Simmy Wagner (303) 321-1085

Congregation Zera Abraham

Ruth Krausz (303) 893-3228
Adina Beren (303) 825-2846

Blood Donation Coordinator
Sue Hochstadt (303) 377-5596

Bikur Cholim Apartment Coordinator
Agi Fried (303) 321-0413

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  • Giving when you do not know the recipient's identity, but the recipient knows your identity
  • Giving when you know the recipient's identity, but the recipient doesn't know your identity
  • Giving when neither party knows the other's identity
  • Enabling the recipient to become self-reliant
  • Giving Until the World become a better place.
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