Golden Hill Cemetery depends on the generosity of donors like you for its continued upkeep. Please consider supporting our historic Jewish cemetery in Lakewood, CO, by donating today. The cemetery is on the National Register of Historic Places for its cultural significance. With your help, we can maintain the grounds and tombstones so future generations can pay their respects to the hundreds of people interred at the cemetery.
In 1908, the cemetery was established as a final resting place for Jewish victims of the tuberculosis epidemic. Over time, veterans of World War I and refugees from fascist Europe were also buried here. Although only a couple hundred tombstones remain today, local historians estimate that perhaps upwards of 800 people were laid to rest here. When you donate to the cemetery in Colorado, you help to preserve the record of an important chapter in our nation’s history.
We are grateful for your donations for cemetery maintenance. Your donation will help us protect this important site. After donating, please take a moment to fill out the Donor Acknowledgement Letter for your tax purposes. Please note that all donations are final. We thank you for your generous support.
Contact us for more information. Our historic cemetery is located in Lakewood, Colorado.