Magen David Adom is Israel’s ambulance disaster-relief and blood-services agency serving as emergency medical first responders for their 9.2 million people. It’s not a government agency so it depends on Americans like you for funding.
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The mission of the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit is to build a dynamic Jewish community by collaborating to create world-class education and engagement opportunities for the mind, body and soul throughout metro Detroit. Learn more at JCCDet.org.
Friendship Circle provides assistance and support to the families of individuals with special needs by providing recreational, social and educational programming that aims to support community inclusion. The work of Friendship Circle also extends into the lives of people struggling with addiction, isolation and other family-related crises through the Daniel B. Sobel Friendship House— a Jewish recovery community that offers friendship, support and a variety of programs that facilitate lasting success.
Hadassah connects Jewish women and empowers them to effect change through advocacy, advancing health and well-being, and support of Israel. Our members are from every congressional district in the nation, are activists, fundraisers and visionaries.
HFL provides interest-free loans to Michigan’s Jewish individuals families and businesses to support education job training summer camp home improvements and so much more.
Visit http://www.hfldetroit.org or http://www.jewishcollegeloansmi.org
JARC is a nonprofit, non-sectarian organization founded in 1969 by a group of parents concerned about the future of their children with developmental disabilities. Today, JARC is known as a prototype for innovative, high-quality residential and support programs for people with developmental disabilities. JARC serves more than 180 people in 80 different settings in Oakland County, including group homes, independent living and in-home respite care.
The heart of a stronger community, Jewish Family Service provides a range of services tailored to the needs of each individual or family with a focus on older adults, mental health and wellness, safety net, and services geared toward the Russian-speaking community. Older adult services include aging-in-place supports such as care management, door-through-door transportation, home care, kosher meals, Holocaust survivor assistance and more.
The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit is the central communal organization of the Detroit Jewish community. Federation is committed to taking care of the needs of the Jewish people and building a vibrant Jewish future in Metropolitan Detroit, in Israel and around the world.
Jewish National Fund gives all generations of Jews a unique voice in building a prosperous future for the land and people of Israel.
Karen Freedland-Berger, Co-President
Andy Goldberg, Co-President
Max Robins, Chairman
Kim Levy, Executive Director, Midwest
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Mailing address: 60 Revere Drive, Suite 725
Northbrook, IL 60062
For those needing support, JHELP offers a simple connection point to our community’s Jewish social service agencies. With one call or visit to our site, community-members will be guided to whatever assistance is necessary. JHELP serves older adults, families, teens & children, individuals with special needs, job seekers and others.
JVS helps people identify and unlock their personal potential and increase their self-sufficiency through counseling, training and supportive services for individuals with disabilities, job seekers, seniors and others in need.
Kadima provides comprehensive residential, therapeutic and social services to all people with mental health needs as they move forward in their lives. Inspired by Jewish values, Kadima delivers these services while providing education and outreach to the broader community to ensure positive mental health outcomes for all.
The MJSF’s mission is to honor Jewish individuals who have demonstrated achievement in sports and to foster Jewish identity through athletics and to raise funds for charitable contributions to benefit health, education and the less privileged.
The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families, and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms. Community members can volunteer or participate in community service projects, advocate on issues, and attend programs and speakers.
ORT Michigan supports World ORT’s global network of schools and programs, providing education and training opportunities to students in nearly 40 countries, including the David B. Hermelin ORT Resource Centers located in Southfield and a new location coming soon to Detroit.
Partners provides highly acclaimed adult Jewish education programs, joining together hundreds of people of all backgrounds to further their knowledge of their Jewish heritage through a variety of programming with dynamic educators.
Yad Ezra, Michigan’s only kosher food pantry, is an independent organization that provides free groceries and household items to low-income families in Southeast Michigan.