The very definition of activists, in their 38 years of marriage, the Giles have been true partners - champions of health, education and charitable causes – serving as leaders and community-builders with the Jewish Federation, a focal point of much of their work on both the local and national levels.
With the goal to take the pulse of the Jewish community and plan for its health and welfare needs, The Jewish Fund has partnered with the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit to launch a comprehensive study to be conducted now through March 9.
Ready to put your brain power to the test? Welcome to Mind Aerobics – a breakthrough, science-based cognitive fitness program recently launched by Jewish Family Service (JFS) in partnership with Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) to help older adults maintain and even improve cognitive function.
Meet Yuliya Gaydayenko, 45, Senior Director of Older Adult Services at Jewish Family Service; Master of Linguistics and Social Work; previously an English tutor, Refugee Resettlement Coordinator, Day Camp Director and Executive Director at the Jewish Community Services in Flint; recipient of the 2015 Mandell L. & Madeleine H. Berman Award for extraordinary professional service to the Jewish community.