Shabbat Message for February 5

February 5, 2016 | Roz Blanck

We had a great week here in Women’s Philanthropy! Approximately 70 women came to Specialties Showroom in Berkley for our second Young Women’s Philanthropy event, “D”eliciously “D”elightful “D”ishes. Co-chairs Regina Coltonand Sherrie Singer, Associate Chair Suzanne Fellows, and their committee put together a wonderful and whimsical evening. The women walked away with full bellies, new friendships, and wonderful new healthy recipes to make for their families.

“D”eliciously “D”elightful “D”ishes

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Stay tuned for the next Young Women’s Philanthropy event on Tuesday, May 3rd.

Our Community Connections leadership, Co-Chairs Pam Bloom and Susan Feber, and Associate Co-Chairs, Lisa Bronstein and Michal Korman, and Vice President Linda Spigelman met to start the planning for next Community Connections program, scheduled to begin this spring. Stay tuned for details!

The Community Campaign leadership, Judy Allen, Sharyn Gallatin, and Amy Shefman met to finalize the campaign plans for the year. Great things are in store from this group.

The TOV Committee met on Friday, including Co-Chairs Jennifer Freedland,Susie Schoenberger, and Associate Co-Chairs Sharon Resnick and Beth Snider, to review the grant applications from the Bookstock Grant applications, and determined which literacy agencies will receive funding. They also discussed plans for the upcoming Read Detroit event and Bookstock day. Hope you will join us at our next TOV Event, Read Detroit, on Thursday, March 3rd!


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