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Ravitz Foundation Initiative

for Small Michigan Jewish Communities Application Guidelines – FY 2018-19 I. Purpose: The Ravitz Foundation Initiative for Michigan Small Communities was established in 2008 to provide financial resources to Michigan small Jewish communities for programming and education to foster vibrancy and continuity. The grant funding is stewarded and distributed by the Michigan Jewish Conference, in…Read More »

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…Read More »

Congregations

Adat Shalom A vibrant, progressive Conservative congregation located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, that nurtures the joy of Jewish faith, family and community. (www.adatshalom.org) Ahavas Olam Torah Center An orthodox congregation located in Southfield, MI. (http://www.ahavasolam.com/) Aish Detroit Our mission at Aish HaTorah is to strengthen the Jewish Family. To learn more give us a call…Read More »

Hillels

Hillels provide opportunities for Jewish students to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity. The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit supports the partnership with the following Hillel Foundations, serving 16 campuses in Michigan: Hillel of Metropolitan Detroit Lawrence Technological University Oakland Community College Oakland University University of Detroit Mercy University of Michigan – Dearborn Michigan State…Read More »

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