On June 5, 2012, over 200 people attended the 84th Jewish Family Service Annual Meeting held at the Jewish Community Center West Bloomfield. The event was facilitated by Perry Ohren, CEO, and included an overview of the past year, installation of new board officers and a ceremony to honor community partners, volunteers and employees. Honorees included: Sheldon Stone, Incoming President; The Home Depot, Community Partner of the Year; Pauline Michaels, Volunteer of the Year; Michael Dul, Mentor of the Year; Diane Hart, Employee of the Year and Carol Plotkin, Lifetime Achievement Award. Congratulations to all of the honorees. We would like to thank everyone for attending this important and uplifting event.
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ElderCare Solutions of Michigan
24/7, concierge older adult services, helping families live well and providing peace of mind.
Provides access to health care for the community's uninsured Jewish adults, through a network of volunteer practitioners and institutions providing pro bono care.
Matches volunteer adult mentors with Oakland County youth, ages 7-22, who can benefit from more support through both Community and Career Mentoring.
Project Build! partners JFS with the Building Industry Association of Southeast Michigan (BIA) to match low-income JFS clients in need of home repairs.
Cancer Resource Services
Provides culturally sensitive resources for those who have been touched by cancer, through advocacy, mentoring and education.
Jewish Coalition Against
Working to educate, advocate and raise awareness of domestic abuse in our community, with the participation of over 40 community agencies and organizations.