MazelTogether FAQs

FAQs

Have a question about MazelTogether? Maybe we’ve answered it below.

Do you take pictures at Mazeltogether events?

Photographs and/or video may be taken at MazelTogether events.
By taking part in an event hosted by MazelTogether, you grant MazelTogether full rights to use the images resulting from the photography, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for fundraising, publicity or other purposes to help achieve the MazelTogether’s aims. This might include (but not limited to), the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases, and funding applications. If you do not wish to be photographed please inform an event organizer.

Who can sign up for MazelTogether?

Any family living in the seven county Denver area (Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas or Jefferson) with at least one adult who identifies as Jewish can sign up for MazelTogether.org.

What happened to MazelTot.org?

In the fall of 2016, MazelTot.org was re-branded and re-launched as MazelTogether. As the program’s demographics changed to include couples (newlywed and long-term committed relationships) and kids up to age 8, the MazelTot.org brand did not feel welcoming to these new demographics. The new MazelTogether takes what was learned from the first seven years of MazelTot.org and brings a new discount model, peer-to-peer opportunities and articles that are relevant to you and your life journey.

How do I sign up?

Click on “Join” to create your MazelTogether.org account. Once you submit the enrollment information on the sign up page, you will receive an email with a one-time login link. Use that link to return to MazelTogether.org and set your permanent password. Be sure to choose something that you can remember!

What are the benefits of MazelTogether?

  1. Weekly emails containing relevant information important to you as an individual and no-strings-attached access to local events and gatherings in your community.
  2. Online resources to educate and inform you define your Jewish heritage and connections.
  3. Opportunities and resources to allow you to create your own experiences and invite others with similar interests to join peer-created and peer-led events.
  4. The opportunity to find others like you through all of the resources we provide online, via email and social media to continue defining your meaningful life.

What happened to the offer of subscriptions to the PJ Library?

Subscriptions to the PJ Library are now available through JEWISHcolorado, sign up here http://www.jewishcolorado.org/pjlibrary/ for free Jewish books for your child up to eight years old.

Who created MazelTogether?

MazelTogether is a nondenominational, no-obligation Jewish Life initiative of Rose Community Foundation in collaboration with 40 Jewish organizations and congregations throughout Greater Denver and Boulder.