The Joy Project

“When You Care Enough to Send the Very Best” Tributes to Moms Everywhere

Martha Goldberg

The Real Deal

She has the brains of an engineer, the heart of a social worker, the gentle soul of a Jewish educator . . . and the spunk and determination of a roller derby athlete (Detroit Roller Derby, #314). For her “derby-girl” role on the track, her three children fondly have given her the name “Mad-Eye” (a tribute to Harry Potter). In her leading role as Coordinator of The Jewish Fund Teen Board, Martha Goldberg has touched and changed hundreds of lives, bringing a new generation of social activists together to practice their skills in leadership and advocacy and leave their mark as grant- makers in service to the community.

On Board Flying Couch

A Graphic Memoir (And a Wild Ride as Memoirs Go)

We Need to Talk

Time to Change the Conversation: Announcing a New Mental Health Initiative of the Detroit Jewish Community

Reading into Family Dysfunction

A Case Study of The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls with JFS “Book Club Professor,” Tara Hayes

From Stress to Angst

Opening the Doors to Discussion Around Anxiety

It’s in Our Roots

The Michigan Jewish Food Festival Returns to Detroit’s Eastern Market, Bigger, Better than Ever! Sheds 5 & 6 Sunday, August 27, 2017

Dana Burnstein, Jordyn Taylor, and Lori Taylor

Family Tree

Is there a giving gene? What is it that inspires selfless acts of kindness, and can those be nourished from generation to generation? Meet Dana Burnstein, Lori Taylor and Jordyn Taylor, three generations who share the enterprise of the Dr. Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic. This is their story . . . a story of family, community, caring and giving.