NEXTGen

Schwartz
September 29, 2016

First-Timers on an Interfaith Mission

Not everyone likes a place in the spotlight. For their volunteer roles and impressive work on behalf of the Jewish community, Jonathan and Stacy Schwartz have been refreshingly hesitant to take the kudos. “Let me begin by saying that we’ve never done anything like this interview,” says Jonathan, “But we want to raise awareness in the community about Federation’s NEXTGen outreach to interfaith couples and to the Jewish LGBTQ community. We also wish to express our gratitude to Federation and its wonderful staff for the extraordinary opportunities we’ve had and the friends we’ve made as Co-Chairs of Federation’s First Interfaith Couples Mission to Israel." Theirs is a story that needs to be told. So kudos to Jonathan and Stacy! Or as we say, Yasher Koach.

June 1, 2016

4th Annual “Do it for Detroit” Grant Competition to Focus on Food Justice

Who has access to fresh, healthy food? Who doesn’t? Where does our food come from? Who is growing it? Processing it? What’s in it? Why do some people have an abundance of food and others go hungry? These are just a few of the questions that the food justice movement seeks to answer. And, while […]

March 17, 2016

An EPIC Night for NEXTGen Detroit

With a change of scenery and the biggest headlining act to date, NEXTGen Detroit’s EPIC, sponsored by Sue & Alan Jay Kaufman and family, was all about breaking the mold this year.

The Rosenzweigs
September 15, 2015

Gifted Couple

Meet Sarah and Benji Rosenzweig, celebrating 10 years of friendship, love and marriage, deep commitments to the Jewish community and daughters, Na’amah and Ellah.

September 1, 2015

Detroit’s Z Lot

Find your spot. Take a spin around a photo essay showcasing “The Z” lot, featuring 30-some Jewish Detroiters making their mark in the D.

Jordan and Lauren Acker
July 21, 2015

NEXTGen Detroiters to Watch

Meet Lauren and Jordan Acker, married 3 years, now a jFamily with baby Jenna on board. U of M alumni, proud to be Detroiters, building careers in education, law and community service.

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