Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 05, 2012 - Image 16

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-07-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Detroit Kid City is a place for chit ren
and their parents to come and let their
playful imaginations roam free!

Dr. Mehmet Oz was the guest speaker at the Sinai Guild's 2009 Women
in Philanthropy event. With him are guild members Jacqueline Elkus, Suzi
Dell, Sandi Matz, Marlene Oleshansky, Phyllis Pilcowitz, Norma Dorman and

President Rusty Rosman.

End Of An Era

Sinai Guild to host brunch to
mark its years of service.

Marielle Temkin
Jewish News Intern

29115 Greenfield Rd
Southfield, MI 48076

(248) 443-5300

y Membership


• Unlimited visits
• 10% discount on cafe, toys
and private parties

11 am story-time readings

• Special take home craft
each day

ONLY 5100.00



Stop in today or call


to receive your
Summer Membership!

(Up to 5 children living in
same household)




Licensed Automobile Dealer
in Michigan since 1965.

7011 Orchard Lake Road,
West Bloomfield, Ml 48322
Ofc. 248-851-2277
Cell. 248-496-2277




Call 248.351.5107 for more information


July 5 • 2012


fter 60 years of dedicated

service to the Metro Detroit
community, the Sinai Guild
is closing its doors following a celebra-
tory brunch at Knollwood Country
Club on July 11. Founded in 1952 as
the Sinai Women's Auxiliary, the Guild
began as a volunteer arm of Sinai
Hospital and morphed over the years
into a nonprofit organization.
When Sinai Hospital closed 15 years
ago, the Guild shifted its focus from
volunteering to giving grants.
"With our endowment background
and fundraising initiatives, we were
able to fine tune ourselves into a
beautiful fundraising and grant-giving
organization:' said President Rusty
Over the past 12 years, the Guild has
raised and given more than $3.5 mil-
lion in grants for medical research and
equipment. Jewish organizations that
benefited include Tamarack Camps,
Project Chessed and Jewish Senior
Life. It recently gave a gift to Hebrew
Free Loan for dental and medical
"That gift is so wonderful because
the money gets repaid, so it will keep
going:' said Rosman.
She said the Guild has not had a
source of income since the hospital
closed, and the downturn in the econ-
omy affected its ability to fundraise.
"We have found that we are no
longer able to give grants as we have
over the past 12 years:' Rosman said.
"We are all so sad to see the Guild
close, but at the same time we are all
very proud to have been part of such
an incredible organization that made
a difference in our own backyard. It's
been a privilege."
A few of the Guild's grants included
specialized robotic surgery equip-
ment to Children's Hospital, a van

to Kids Kicking Cancer and the first
digital mammography machine to
the Karmanos Cancer Center-Maisel
Breast Suite in Farmington Hills.
When the Guild gave a state-of-the-
art CT scanner to HuronValley-Sinai
Hospital in Commerce Township, the
hospital named its new medical office
building after the organization as a
sign of gratitude.
In addition to giving grants, the
Guild also has created and actively
participated in major research proj-
ects such as the national Sinai Guild
Women's Heart Health study in sum-
mer 2010 and an ovarian cancer study
with the Barbara Ann Karmanos
Cancer Institute in 2004.
Rose Rita Goldman, a past presi-
dent, said, "The goal of the Guild was
to continue the legacy of those who
came before us and expand our reach
even further, and I feel we accom-
plished this. I'm sorry we have to leave,
but I'll never forget what we did as far
as healthcare and medical care in the
At its end, the Guild had an execu-
tive board consisting of 16 members
and a general board of 60.
"All of us have been together since
2001, and it's been the nicest, easiest,
most delightful office to work in," said
Rosman. "I'll miss the women and how
well we work and think together."
Executive Director Sandra Jaffa said,
"Rusty was an incredible president.
Her heart and drive helped propel this
Guild, and under her leadership we've
been like a little family. We have all
worked very hard and collaboratively
to make this work for this long:'

The Sinai Guild is hosting a
farewell brunch on July 11 at
Knollwood Country Club in West
Bloomfield. For details, call (248)
538-6501 to RSVP. Cost is $60 and
must be paid in advance.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan