Shalom Park

The Shalom Park 2023 Fundraiser & Appreciation Event

Fun evening for the whole family!  Join us in celebrating Shalom Park and our Honorees Neil B. Oberfeld and Rose Community Foundation.  You do not have to love Golf,or even like Golf to appreciate our Event.  Each attendee will receive dinner and 2 beverage tickets, enjoy a presentation for the Honorees, and kibbitzing throughout this social extravaganza with Shalom Friends.

Following the presentation, join friends and family in a unique entertainment experience at the golf bays.

Shalom Park Celebrates the Annual Event 2023 Honorees!

NEIL B.OBERFELD, former Chair and current Trustee at Shalom Park, has been committed to the success of Shalom Park for over 25 years. Neil and his wife Barb have two wonderful daughters, Blake and Cami. Neil and his family spend time together skiing, hiking, traveling, and anything active!
Neil moved to Colorado in 1978 with his family from Montreal, Canada. They were immediately welcomed into Denver’s Jewish community. Both of his parents volunteered in the Jewish community and were wonderful role models. Neil’s mother served as executive director for two Jewish community organizations and went on to serve in Mayor Wellington Webb’s administration.
Following in his parents’ footsteps, upon his return to Denver following law school, he quickly involved himself in community service. He is grateful to have served as a board chair of ADL and as a Rose Community Foundation Trustee and Jewish Life Committee chair. Neil’s work at Rose Community Foundation provided him with an in-depth understanding of the issues facing the Elder community, particularly in the Jewish community. He brought that expertise to Shalom Park and served as a wonderful Chair of Shalom Park’s Board during the COVID pandemic, the most challenging time the nursing home has ever faced.
Neil leads Denver Real Estate practice with Greenberg Traurig, and serves as Co-Chair of the National Leasing Practice.  Currently, Neil serves as Trustee, Secretary and Chair of the Governance Committee of Mile High United Way. His service with a wide range of important community organizations also includes, but is not limited to, former Chair and current Trustee, Governor’s Commission on Community Service; and former Chair and Board member, Latin American Research and Service Agency (LARASA).
Neil is also a frequent speaker at national and regional conferences including Innovating Commerce Serving Communities and U.S. Green Building Council.
Neil is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including the Philip D. and Eleanor Winn Community Service Award, University of Denver Bridge Project, along with being recipient of the Denver Bar Association, Volunteer Lawyer of the Year. Neil has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Real Estate Law,2017-2022.

The partnership between ROSE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION (RCF) and Shalom Park has a long history.  RCF was one of the original donors to help build Shalom Park in Aurora, Colorado over 30 years ago.  They understood the vision and were committed to creating a home for the community where older adults can live regardless of their ability to pay, religion, race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality, ethnicity, or disability. 
As the nursing home filled with residents, their families, and care partners, the Shalom Park community evolved, and numerous areas needed to grow. Each time, RCF came through with funds to help expand social areas, develop a transportation program, purchase a Van, provide nurse education, implement a Palliative Care Program, construct the Wellness Center, develop and sustain the Shalom Park LIVE ON|LIFE & LEGACY program, and most recently safeguarded Shalom Park’s ability to continue operating during the pandemic. These are just some of the projects, developments, and urgent funding that demonstrate the history, compassion and commitment Rose Community Foundation provides not just to Shalom Park, but the Jewish Community and greater Denver area at large.
Rose Community Foundation continues to serve its community with strong Jewish values and traditions and strategic priorities. Throughout its history, Rose Community Foundation has responded to community needs and anticipated future challenges. Together with their donors, nonprofits, and community leaders they are strengthening the Greater Denver region – for today, and for generations to come.

Shalom Park is indeed honored to be recognizing both Neil Oberfeld and Rose Community Foundation for their many years of support and dedication to the Elders, Care Partners and the Shalom Park Community.
Join Us in Supporting Shalom Park in our Annual Fundraiser for the sake of our Elders and Healthcare Heroes
All are invited !

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