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Jewish Fund Announces Grants

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, its May 14 board meeting, the Jewish Fund approved a total of
$2,045,696 in grant awards, including $981,043 for continuation of
multi-year grants and $1,064,653 in new grants.
The Jewish Fund was established in 1997 from the sale proceeds of Sinai
Hospital of Detroit to the Detroit Medical Center. As a legacy of Sinai Hospital,
the Jewish Fund continues to support community programs and services that
help at-risk individuals improve their health and human condition.
Grants support programs and services offered in the Jewish community for
at-risk individuals, those that positively impact the health of at-risk metropoli-
tan Detroit residents, and programs that enhance the historic bond between the
Jewish community and Detroit.

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• Crossroads of Michigan: $12,000 for
one year to support prescriptions and
medical supplies.
• Detroit Wayne County Health
Authority: $90,000 for one year to
identify and assist in enrolling newly
Medicaid-eligible Wayne County resi-
dents (contingent upon the expansion of
Medicaid eligibility by the state).
• Ferncare Free Service: $7,000 for the
first year of a three-year $21,000 grant
to support the expansion of the clinic's
hours of operation.
• Haven Inc.: $50,000 for one year to
provided medical equipment and sup-
plies to its new medical clinic.
• Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish
Campus Life: $35,500 for the first year
of a two-year $70,100 grant to engage
Jewish college students in Metro Detroit
in Jewish activities within Detroit.
• Jewish Community Center: Up to
$50,000 for a one-year grant for acces-
sibility issues at its West Bloomfield
building.
• Jewish Family Service: $180,000 for
a one-year grant to provide a funding
bridge for Project Chessed.
• Jewish Family Service: $175,446 for a
one-year grant to transition previously
urgent unmet staffing support to the
agency's ongoing operational support
• Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit: $173,500 to increase security of
school and camp facilities from natural
disasters and acts of violence.
• Jewish Hospice & Chaplaincy
Network $50,000 for the first year of
a three-year $150,000 grant to support
general operations.
• JVS & Community Workshop:
$39,145 for the first year of a three-year
$101,776 grant to expand Memory
Club services at its Southfield site and
throughout the community.
• JVS & Community Workshop:
$58,260 for the first year of a two-year
$117,248 grant to provide career coun-
seling for young Orthodox Jewish men
who are pursuing vocational options.
• Kadima: $65,000 for the first year of a
three-year $180,000 grant to support the
launch of a new program to help young
adults diagnosed with co-occurring
mental illness and substance abuse.
• Michigan Roundtable for Diversity
& Inclusion: $7,000 for the first year
of a two-year $15,000 grant to develop
an exhibit of the Jewish experience in

Detroit housing discrimination history.
• National Council of Jewish Women:
$5,000 for the first year of a three-year
$15,000 grant to provide temporary
kosher housing for women and their
children due to domestic abuse.
• National Council of the United
States Society of St. Vincent DePaul:
$30,000 for the first year of a three-year
$90,000 grant to support operating
expenses for its dental clinic.
• William Beaumont Hospital: $40,000
for the first year of a three-year $120,000
grant to increase overall health of under-
insured and uninsured Brightmoor resi-
dents by providing free mobile medical,
dental and legal assistance.

Continuation Requests

• Fresh Air Society (Tamarack
Camps): $53,125 for the second year
of a three-year $161,875 grant to hire
a Jewish community nurse to work at
Tamarack Camps, Hillel Day School and
the Jewish Community Center.
• Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue:
$100,000 for the second year and
$88,000 for the third year of a three-year
$250,000 grant to hire a program direc-
tor, develop a strategic plan, and support
expanded programs and activities.
• JARC: $50,000 for the second year of a
three-year $150,000 grant to hire staff to
meet current and future growth needs.
• Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit: $500,000 for the second year
of a three-year $1.5 million grant to
support the Foundation for Our Jewish
Elderly, which directs these funds
to Jewish Senior Life, Jewish Family
Services and JVS to support in-home
support services, adult day care and
escorted transportation for frail elderly.
• Oakwood Healthcare System
Foundation: $30,418 for the second year
of a two-year $60,836 grant to provide
inclusive recreational and therapeutic
activities for children with special needs.
• Repair the World: $19,500 for the sec-
ond year of a two-year $49,000 grant to
develop its Detroit volunteer program.
• Starfish Family Services: $50,000 for
the second year of a three-year $125,000
grant to improve mental health and par-
enting skills for at-risk moms in Inkster.
• World Medical Relief: $50,000 for
the second year of a two-year $100,000
grant to provide affordable prescription
drugs to low-income uninsured and
underinsured adults.



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