Our Supporters

The Good People Fund, inspired by the Jewish concept of tikkun olam (repairing the world), believes that a simple, effective act of kindness can make a world of difference. We provide financial support and guidance to unique charitable activities working person-to-person, to inspire widespread support for groups dedicated to the world’s challenges.

Global Giving is dedicated to building an efficient, open, thriving marketplace that connects people who have community and world-changing ideas with people who can support them. You select projects you want to support, make a tax-deductible contribution, and get regular progress updates – so you can see how your gift is making a difference.

Reader to Reader is a nonprofit organization that spreads literacy through book and computer donations, and innovative literacy programs that transform struggling students into engaged lifelong readers.

Other generous institutions who have contributed to our work are listed here:

Tecovas Family Foundation

Price Family Charitable Fund

Stephen S Wise Temple and Schools

Estelle Friedman Gervis Family Foundation

Cathryn Conway Preyer Charitable Trust

Sidney Stern Memorial Trust

The Colorado College

Collaborating Organizations include:

The Spanish Institute offers fun, interactive and practical Spanish courses in Boulder, Denver, Broomfield and Longmont. At all levels, our classes will give you the tools to converse in the Spanish language.

Bolder Languages is a World Languages school with locations in Denver and Boulder, Colorado, focused on providing educational services related to learning a new language. These services include: adult classes, children’s programs, tutoring, business services, languages. Through education we aim to improve cross cultural communications by reducing the barriers. This, we hope, will improve the perception of Americans throughout the world and vice versa, which will lead to safer communities and stronger economies.

The Boulder Bookstore, Boulder’s independent bookstore since 1973.