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Philanthropy Archives - Page 11 of 12 - My Jewish Detroit
August 1, 2013
Leonard N. Simons
Detroit ad man, scholar, historian, author, activist, philanthropist . . . This was Leonard N. Simons.
July 1, 2013
The Albert Dubin Story in Archives
Did you know that the pickle industry has roots in Jewish Detroit?
June 1, 2013
Meet Max M. Fisher. Online.
Fewer people have played a larger role in business, world politics and community service than Max M. Fisher. His story is now online.
June 1, 2013
Meet Patti Aaron, 55, avid gardener, deeply rooted in service to the community. Wholehearted social entrepreneur, JCRC's Activist of the Year.
April 1, 2013
Do it for Detroit
A community pitch for micro-grants to volunteer-based social impact projects. Grants awarded by audience participation.
February 1, 2013
Building Wayne State University
Did you know that 16 buildings on the WSU campus bear the name of Jewish philanthropists? How many can you name?
Debunking the Jewish Concept of Beshert
9 Things That May Surprise ...
Fresh. Pure. Delicious.
Velvet Peanut Butter. For generations ...
Michael Twitty: A Kosher Soul
On a Journey to Connect ...
The Paper Clips Project Revisited
Consider a trip to Whitwell ...
Backpack Man of the Year
True to his name emblazoned ...