Campaign Update for July 5, 2013

July 5, 2013 | Roz Blanck

The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit has been a vital part of our culture for over 100 years. It is a community-driven organization committed to taking care of the needs of the Jewish People and building a vibrant Jewish future in metropolitan Detroit, in Israel, and around the world. Federation continues to be a safety net for everyone in our community.

Follow your donation: In 2012, your gift went through Federation to Jewish Senior Life and Jewish Family Service to the homes of 825 older adults who received in-home support services enabling them to remain living at home.

Have you helped us grow our donor base by securing two new gifts to Federation as the 28 women below have? We need your help!

Ruth Beitner
Janet Berman
Roz Blanck
Cathy Cantor
Suzan Curhan
Sandy Muskovitz Danto
Susie Feldman
Linda Gershel
Nancy Glen
Stacy Gordon
Illana Greenberg
Sue E. Kaufman
Judy Kepes
Debbie Levin
Jennifer Levine
Pam Lippitt
Lisa Lis
Lori Davidson Mertz
Marianne Pesick
Rachel Robinson
Karen Gordon Rosenberg
Karen Sachse
Susi Schoenberger
Judi Schram
Amy Shefman
Jennifer Silverman
Karen Simmons
Leah Trosch

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Apr
30

Yoga and Mindfulness

Join Young Women’s Philanthropy for an afternoon of Yoga and Mindfulness: Sunday, April 30, 1 pm – 2:30 pm Blue Yoga 161 Townsend Street Birmingham, MI Couvert $10 12:45pm – Registration 1:00pm – Yoga led by Niki Fink, owner of Blue Yoga 1:45pm – Mindfulness session taught by Mindy Eisenberg, owner of Yoga Moves MS […]

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Apr
30

Volunteer at Methodist Children Home Society

NEXTGen Detroit Volunteers are returning to Methodist Children’s Home Society to play some basketball! Methodist Children’s Home Society provides foster, residential and adoptive care to children who are victims of abuse and neglect. We will be leading a basketball workshop for the younger children and scrimmaging with the older ones. The children range in age […]

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Apr
30

2017 Yom HaZikaron

We Join Together to Remember Those Who Have Fallen So That Israel May Continue to Stand. We kindly ask that you be seated by 4:45 p.m. in order to start promptly. Free Transportation If you need transportation, please use the form below. Bus departs promptly at 4:00 p.m. from Temple Emanu-El (14450 W. 10 Mile […]

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May
1

“Wine-ing” About Cheese

NEXTGen Detroit Women’s Leadership Presents: “Wine-ing” About Cheese Why is cottage cheese, a staple in the Israeli diet, so expensive? And why is the price causing such a commotion? Amira Soleiman, expert in Israeli current affairs and history, will fill us in on the implications of this problem and how it is affecting Israeli society. […]

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