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November 30, 2015

Giving the Greatest Gift of All: Time

And doing it all year long!

David Contorer, Deloris Terrell, Harriet Orley, Karen Sosnick-Schoenberg, Margo Pernick and Nancy Grosfeld
November 30, 2015

Can a Loan Save a Life?

Put dollars and sense together with a particularly Jewish Detroit sensibility and you have the oldest of the Jewish Federation’s 17 local partner agencies, Hebrew Free Loan (HFL).

November 30, 2015

To Life! Reflections on a Legacy of Caring

As in many cities across the country today, Detroit no longer has a “Jewish hospital.” Most fortunately, however, the legacy of Sinai Hospital is alive and well, living today through the work of The Jewish Fund.

Shalom Street
October 30, 2015

It’s Your Torah to Explore

In the beginning there was the idea, and then came the panels and two-by-fours, paintings, fabrics and toys, bright and colorful displays of all kinds to build excitement and lo and behold, there was an exhibit. Starting Sunday, October 18, 2015, "It's Your Torah to Explore."

Nancy Grosfeld
October 15, 2015

Honored Community Builder

Meet Nancy Grosfeld, past President of Federation, current Chair of the Centennial Fund to secure Jewish Detroit’s future; recipient of Federation’s foremost honor, the 2015 Fred M. Butzel Award in recognition of her exceptional contribution to the health, education and well-being of the community through volunteer leadership and philanthropy.

Leonard
October 15, 2015

A Tale of Two Leonards

Boyhood friends back in the 60s, Leonard Malach and Leonard Slipson lived across the street from one another on a quiet block of Stansbury in the 8 Mile and Schaeffer area of Detroit. They lost touch, until three years ago, the reconnected through JVS.

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