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.
Philanthropist at 29, Amanda Fisher a social entrepreneur, a PR pro and rising star in real estate sales with Renee Acho at Hall and Hunter; running in high heels to blaze her own trail in the Fisher family; in service to the community as a Vice-Chair of the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation.
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.
True to his name emblazoned on top of his office building at the corner of Northwestern and Evergreen in Southfield, Mike Morse doesn’t do anything on a small scale. “You may have noticed from my advertising and the sign on my building, I work, play and live . . . to win,” he says.