Volunteers

Jason and Hope Brown
July 4, 2016

Strategic Matchmakers

They met at a local PR firm tying ribbons on invitations. Three years later they tied the knot. Married now for 15 years, they are Founder and Principals of their own company, PublicCity PR. If ever you wonder how married couples in business stay together, ask Hope and Jason Brown. Describing their marriage as “not perfect, but close,” they could write the book on building a family business all about community relations in Jewish Detroit.

Peer Corps
July 4, 2016

Peer Power

Say hello to Emily Lulkin, Maya Goldman and Will Shulak, three amazing teen mentors with PeerCorps Detroit, putting their energies and talents into community-based work in Detroit, representing the next NEXTGen to watch attain leadership roles in the years ahead.

November 30, 2015

Giving the Greatest Gift of All: Time

And doing it all year long!

Jo Pittman
July 1, 2015

Fiddler in the House

What started as a Mitzvah Project is now a little “concert circuit,” for a young violist playing for the residents of the Prentis Jewish Apartments in Oak Park and at Trowbridge in Southfield.

Nora Feldhusen
July 1, 2015

The Makings of a Social Entrepreneur

Thinking beyond the mitzvah project, PeerCorps Detroit is redefining teen volunteerism.

Echo Teens
May 1, 2015

Earth-Bound and Eco-Friendly

Students at Temple Emanu-El are now learning to reap the benefits of recycling.

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