To provide immigrant seniors transportation to medical appointments accompanied by a senior social service/immigrant service staff person to provide emotional support, translation services, assistance with document completion and compliance/application for federal and state programs.
To encourage women to become advocates, NCJW | MI will offer a two-day advocacy training in Lansing for Jewish women throughout Michigan. The training hopes to empower women to have more powerful voices.
After pausing operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jewish Women’s Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit has resumed its grantmaking, awarding over $220,000. The grants span projects in health, education, senior services, and social justice, advancing gender equity in all facets of the Jewish community, and include an unprecedented $100,000 to the Jewish Federation of Metro… Continue reading JWF Announces 2020 Grants
Featuring Ruby Robinson, Managing Attorney, Michigan Immigrant Rights Center. “No human being is illegal. Human beings can be beautiful or more beautiful, they can be fat or skinny, they can be right or wrong, but illegal? How can a human being be illegal?” Questions? Please contact JWF Director Susan Cassels Kamin at 248.203.1524
Featuring Mary T. Barra, Chair and CEO, General Motors Company. What I always say is, “Do every job you’re in like you’re going to do it for the rest of your life, and demonstrate that ownership of it.” Questions? Please contact JWF Director Susan Cassels Kamin at 248.203.1524
To increase service by 100% by utilizing one additional trained para educator for Jewish preschool children.
Scholarship funding provides the opportunity for Jewish single mothers to continue working and provide their childre with a quality jewish d;ay camp experience.
This program gives motivated staff members the opportunity to intern at a business relevant to their interests and then, post-internship, work at Tamarack Camps.
to provide immigrant seniors transportation to medical appointments