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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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Scholarships &
Financial Aid

HEBREW FREE LOAN ASSOCIATION

6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 140
Bloomfield Twp., MI 48301
Phone: (248) 723-8184
Fax: (248) 723-4809

Provides financial assistance to Detroit-area Jewish
people through interest-free loans for crisis, celebration,
medical, home improvements and many other purposes.
Administers loans for Neighborhood Project and JELS
(college loans). Ad/p.45

INFANTS SERVICE GROUP

26612 Franklin Point Drive
Southfield, MI 48034
Contact: Lottie Malkin, president
Phone: (248) 354-6355

Fund-raising group that cares for infants of indigent
families. Donates funds to Penrickton Blind Nursery,
Children's Hospital, JARC and childhood disease
research. Has been in existence for 62 years.

ISRAEL SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Federation's Israel and Overseas Department
6735 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Twp., MI 48301
Contact: Joseph Selesny, community
development associate
Phone: (248) 645-7878
Fax: (248) 644-0724
Email: selesny@jfmd.org

JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF U.S.A.
AND LADIES AUXILIARY

16990 W. 12 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48076
Contact: Robert Feldman, commander
Shirley Schlussel, auxiliary president
Phone: (248) 559-5680
(248) 559-5703
Fax: (248) 559-5703

Aids and assists homeless Jewish war veterans. Visits
children's homes. Helps veterans financially in
emergency situations and with legal matters. Annual
"Poppy Day" funds 26 college scholarships.

JEWISH WOMEN'S FOUNDATION OF
METROPOLITAN DETROIT, THE

6735 Telegraph Road
P.O. Box 2030
Bloomfield Twp., MI 48303
Contact: Helen Katz, director
Phone: (248) 642-4260, ext. 206
Fax: (248) 645-7857
Email: katz@jfmd.org, barak@jfmd.org
Web site: www.thisisfederation.org

A women's foundation, endowed by its members,
established in 2000 to fund projects and programs run
by non-profit organizations, designed to benefit Jewish
women and girls. Schools Ad/Back Cover

MATAN B'SETER

Provides grants for individuals with unique needs and
interest-free loans and grants to Jewish
undergraduates and graduates.

WOMEN OF MAIMONIDES MEDICAL
SOCIETY

26733 York
Huntington Woods, MI 48070
Contact: Sharon Daitch, Hannah Moss
Phone: (248) 851-3314
(248) 541-1129

Provides interest-free loans to Jewish medical and
osteopathic students in Vichigan. Helps to fund
medical research and rehabilitation of the handicapped.

Schools

HEBREW & SUNDAY

BETH ACHIM RELIGIOUS SCHOOL AT
ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

29901 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Contact: Elissa Berg, education director Marc
Kay, associate director for education and youth
Phone: (248) 626-2153
(248) 851-5100
Fax: (248) 851-3190
Email: asyouthed@aol.com
Web site: www.adatshalom.org

15141 Dartmouth Road
Oak Park, MI 48237
Contact: Rabbi Eric Greenbaum
Phone: (248) 968-1892

Hebrew and religious school for K-12, including
confirmation program.

One-time financial need and merit-based scholarships
are available for Israel programs for residents of
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Ad/Back
Cover

Provides assistance for weddings and holidays to
Russian immigrants, individuals who are seriously ill or
unemployed, elderly people with special needs and
children and teenagers needing psychological help.

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE

MICHIGAN JEWISH INSTITUTE

24123 Greenfield Road
Southfield, MI 48075
Contact: Debra Edwards
Phone: (248) 559-1500
Fax: (248) 559-9858
Web site: dedwards@ifsdetroitorg

2000 Washtenaw Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Contact: Scott Littky
Phone: (734) 769-2041
Email: school@bethisrael-aa.org
Web site: www.bethisrael-aa.og

25401 Coolidge Hwy.
Oak Park, MI 48237
Contact: Dr. Paul Levine
Phone: (248) 414-6900
Fax: (248) 414-6907
Email: info@mji.edu
Web site: www.mji.edu

Counseling, case management, resource advocacy and
emergency assistance for Jewish people in our
community who have exhausted all other options.
Medical emercencies, housing expenses, food
certificates. Ad/p.57, 87

JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICES

330 Fuller N.E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Contact: Tama Thomas, director
Phone: (616) 456-5553, ext. 17
Fax: (616) 456-5780
Email: Tama@jfgr.org
Web site: www.jfgr.org

Resettlement, short-term case management. Affiliate of
Detroit Hebrew Free Loan Association. Provides local
emergency loans, a volunteer mitzvah group,
information/referral, advocacy, adult programming.

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Senior college, accredited by Accrediting Council for
Independent Colleges and Schools, offering bachelor
degrees in computers and business. Serving the entire
Jewish community. Federal and state aid available to
qualified students.

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH
WOMEN-GREATER DETROIT
SECTION

26400 Lahser Road, Suite 100
Southfield, MI 48034
Contact: Florence Herman, president
Phone: (248) 355-3300
Fax: (248) 355-9951
Email: ncjwcjh@speedlink.net
Web site: www.ncjwgds.org

SOURCEBOOK 2002-2 0 0 3 • JN

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION

Offering K-8 students an engaging curriculum ranging
from Torah, prayer and mitzvot to holidays, Jewish
values and tikkun olam (social action). Classes meet
Sunday mornings and Vonday and Wednesday
afternoons.

BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE SCHOOL OF
CULTURAL JUDAISM

28611 W. 12 Mile Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Contact: Rabbi Tamara Kolton, education director
Phone: (248) 477-1410 ext. 209
Fax: (248) 477-9014
Email: bhamtmpl@speedlink.net
Web site: www.birminhamtemple.org

Jewish holiday family services are free to the public.
Sunday school curriculum is based on Jewish history,
ethics, culture and customs. Hebrew school grades 5-7.
High school ethics and philosophy grades 8-12.

CONGREGATION BEIT KODESH

31840 W. Seven Mile Road
Livonia, MI 48152

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