Make A Donation

BaMidbar Wilderness Therapy is a program of Ramah in the Rockies, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 public charity.  All program donations are managed through Ramah in the Rockies’ donation portal. Your donation may qualify for a tax deduction.

To donate now, please click the link below.  This link will bring you to Ramah in the Rockies’ donations page.  Check the box “I would like to give to specific funds” and select “BaMidbar.”  In the notes section, please let us know if this donation is for financial aid or if it is unrestricted program funding.  We appreciate your generous support.

Naming Opportunities

Over the next three years, we need to invest in our basecamp facilities to meet our growing program’s needs.

Name Our Student Village: $125,000   We need to install two culverts, build 1/2 mile of road, and extend electricity to our student village.

Yurt (2): $60,000   BaMidbar will build and outfit two 705 sq foot yurts, to use for Shabbat services, programming, and meals.

Platform Tents (6): $20,000   We will build six additional platform tents, to improve programming, meal, and sleeping spaces at basecamp.

Program Initiatives

Outreach, Education, and Transition: $125,000 Annually

Families, individuals, and communities often feel alone when navigating the wilderness of discovering a brighter tomorrow. To aid families, individuals, communities, and community leaders, BaMidbar envisions an expanded support foundation consisting of outreach, education, and transition services. Outreach efforts include comprehensive programs for communities, community leaders, and families. Education includes robust curriculum, webinar series for families, and professional development workshops for community leaders. Transitional support means developing comprehensive resources to ensure BaMidbar students’ continued success as they continue on their journeys.

Scholarships: $180,000 Annually

At BaMidbar Wilderness Therapy, we are committed to ensuring that all Jewish young adults can access treatment, regardless their financial circumstances. Please consider contributing to our scholarship fund to help families who otherwise might not be able to afford a wilderness therapy program.


Multi-year pledges welcome. To make a pledge or discuss a donation please contact:

Jory Hanselman, Director                                                                   Matt Levitt, Chief Development Officer                                                     
(720) 930-3490                                                                                          (303)261-8214 x118