Missions

G2 Poland
June 29, 2017

How Jewish Detroit Develops Leaders

Grosfeld Mission Grads Tell All

Gabe Neistein
February 1, 2017

Happy Camper

Making his mark, listed among the “36 Under 36” in The Jewish News, Gabe Neistein is Tamarack Camps' Alumni Relations Director, working on his Masters in Community Development at the University of Detroit Mercy. A resident of Rivertown downtown, Gabe is all-in: a Jewish Detroiter first, a NEXTGen PresenTense Fellow, a loyal Spartan, a passionate Packers "owner," a whole-hearted city booster, a ready volunteer, a consummate community professional and an all-round great guy.

Naomi Rockowitz
March 17, 2016

Federation’s Mission Control

Her title is Federation’s Director of Missions and Exchanges, but her role is so much more. Master planner, travel agent, tour guide and host, Naomi Miller Rockowitz serves Jewish Detroit as our eyes and ears, our guide on the ground and the face of Federation in Israel.

2015 Mission
January 29, 2016

Travels on a Federation Mission

Why go to Israel? Ask anyone who has been to Israel on a mission, a Birthright trip or a fact-finding exchange organized by the Detroit Federation. Most will tell you that their experience was eye-opening, inspiring – even life-changing.

Teen Mission to Israel
September 30, 2015

“Let’s Send More Kids to Israel”

With the goal to send more teens to Israel, Federation, congregations and Tamarack Camps are now working in partnership to launch Teen Mission 2016, July 5 - August 5, 2016.

Group Upon Arrival in Central Square, Havana
July 1, 2015

Havdalah in Havana

Forget the cigars. For 12 Detroiters, Cuba's vibrant Jewish community will forever be what they remember about their trip.

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