The Michigan Jewish Conference (MJC)

The Michigan Jewish Conference (MJC), a program of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, aims to provide resources that help sustain vibrant Jewish life in smaller communities throughout the State of Michigan. Compromised of 17 member communities located outside of the Detroit Metropolitan area, the MJC helps facilitate dynamic cultural and educational programming, including the Official State of Michigan Holocaust Commemoration. For more information on the Michigan Jewish Conference, please contact Cindy Hughey at 517-282-2956 or mjc@jfmd.org.

The Michigan Jewish Conference administers the Ravitz Foundation Initiative for Michigan Small Communities. The Initiative was established in 2008 to provide financial resources to Michigan small Jewish communities for programming and education to foster vibrancy and continuity. The purpose of the Initiative is to strengthen small Jewish communities throughout Michigan with high quality Jewish education and programming for its community members. Scholarships are also available to students from these communities wishing to attend Jewish camps or trips to Israel.

The grant application process is open to all Jewish communities outside of the metro Detroit area (which includes Ann Arbor) and students residing in these communities. Please click here for guidelines.

Grant requests will be considered by the Ravitz Foundation Initiative Committee. The Committee will approve grants on a bi-annual basis. Funds for specific initiatives may be approved for a multi-year period,

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Feb
26

Super Sunday

Sunday, February 26 | 9:00 am-1:00 pm Join us for Super Sunday, a community-wide telethon to strengthen our community and help those in need here in Detroit, in Israel and around the world. Drop in for a little or stay the whole time! Register

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Feb
26

Grit, Perseverance and Frustration Tolerance

How ADHD and Executive Functioning Impacts Learning and Behavior Featuring: Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M. ACAC, ADHD Coach, Teacher Trainer, Parenting Specialist, Mental Health Counselor and Author

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Chocolate, Coffee and Judaism
Feb
26

Chocolate, Coffee and Judaism

Chocolate, Coffee & Judaism An Illuminating & Delectable Experience In Conjunction with the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Exhibition: “Bitter/Sweet: Coffee, Tea & Chocolate” Sunday, February 26, 2017 • 3:30 – 7:30 p.m. Pricing: $38 members | $45 general admission A Day At The DIA 3:30 p.m. The Essence Special guest Rabbi Deborah Prinz Jews on […]

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jBaby
Feb
28

jbaby detroit! 5-week prenatal birthing class

Learn about labor, delivery, birthing techniques and newborn care — with a Jewish TWIST. The five week series is designed to help prepare expectant couples for labor and delivery and for life as new parents. It also serves as a great way for Jewish couples to meet each other before they have their babies. $136 includes all classes and materials.

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