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Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington Hills, Michigan (Detroit) is a large Conservative congregation with the warmth of a small shul. Programming for everyone.

ADL is a leading anti-hate organization that was founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of antisemitism and bigotry. Today, ADL is the first call when acts of antisemitism occur and continues to fight all forms of hate. A global leader in exposing extremism, delivering anti-bias education and fighting hate online, ADL’s ultimate goal is a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination or hate.

Aish is a #jewish learning center in #Detroit. We offer young families of all backgrounds and affiliations avenues to discover #Judaism. Bring Judaism home!

Atelier JEM Workshop is an agency that helps employees achieve employment opportunities in workplaces for business development.

Our Bais Chabad is legendary for its warmth, its friendliness, its caring, its hospitality. The words shul family are so often used here, that they've actually become a cliche. Watch people leaving the shul on a holiday: no one walks alone everyone is either hosting a meal, or is a guest at anothers table. Simchos are joyously shared, Yomim Tovim (holidays) are celebrated together. And if, G‑d forbid, tragedy strikes we cry together, and are comforted in each others friendships. The Torah Center has become the true center of our community, with deep and abiding connections forged between our rabbis, our members, the shul and G‑d, Israel, and Torah.

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BBYO is a Jewish teen movement, organized as a 501 nonprofit organization and headquartered in Washington, DC The organization is intended to build the identity of Jewish teens and offer leadership development programs.

Birthright Israel began with a bold idea—offering a free, life-changing trip to Israel for young Jewish adults between the ages of 18 and 26 and, in doing so, transforming the Jewish future. Our mission is to give every Jewish young adult around the world, especially the less connected, the opportunity to visit Israel on an educational trip. Today, Birthright Israel is the largest educational tourism organization in the world that has given over 800,000 journeys to the magical state of Israel. 800,000 unique moments of self-discovery and life-long friendships, life-changing Shabbats, Dead Sea swims, mountain hikes and culinary adventures. The trip is impactful, leaving you different than before. It is given freely, with no expectation of anything in return. Most importantly, it is personal, like the best gifts always are. You can apply now at BirthrightIsrael.com/TRIPS --- We also offer an array of opportunities from fellowships to internships and even a digital option. Check out additional programs below. Start up your future in Israel. Take yourself Onward - personally and professionally, and get an authentic taste of modern day Israel while gaining experience and knowledge through an internship in Israel. Apply for Onward Israel today > https://bit.ly/OnwardIsrael22 Whether you want to revolutionize the consulting industry, create the next start-up unicorn, or become a marketing guru, spend 10 weeks next summer honing your skills as an intern at leading global companies. Apply now for Birthright Israel Excel and get your future started now > https://bit.ly/BRIExcel2022 Brighten your future and fast track a career in the hi-tech industry with guaranteed job placement in the world’s leading startup nation, open for Jewish young adults 18-32. Click here for more information on Brightcode > https://bit.ly/Brightcode2022

Used book & media sale, supporting the need to read & local non-profits | August 23 - 30, 2020 at Laurel Park Place in #Livonia #Michigan | #BookstockMI

Camp B'nai Brith of Ottawa's mission is to provide children, ages 7-16, with the opportunity to experience the outdoors, learn new skills and develop life-long friendships while enhancing Jewish values, traditions, affiliation and community. Since 1935, Camp B'nai Brith of Ottawa has excelled in the delivery of traditional camping programs, athletics as well as the arts, enabling children to expand their horizons in a fun, safe and nurturing environment without regard to their community affiliation, denomination or financial means. Since its founding, Camp B'nai Brith of Ottawa has remained committed to ensuring that all Jewish children, no matter what their financial situation might be, have the opportunity to experience the joy and wonder of attending CBB of Ottawa.

Canadian Friends of the Tel Aviv University (CFTAU) provides direct funding support for the educational and research goals of Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel’s largest and most comprehensive institution of higher learning, facilitated by enhanced public awareness of the University’s achievements and programming through the development of a strong local network of support. As part of a global network of friends’ associations, CFTAU facilitates academic and research partnerships between Canada and Israel as well as establishing scholarships, supporting research, cultivating student and faculty exchanges and recruiting Canadian students to participate in the TAU International Program. Founded in 1956, Tel Aviv University has grown into the largest and most influential university in Israel today. From ground-breaking research to life-saving technology, TAU is shaping the future of Israeli society and producing alumni that become tomorrow’s leaders, teachers and innovators. Many of Israel’s leaders in medicine, technology, law, music, film, and governments are graduates. In 2019, the Marker magazine published its list of 40 most influential people under 40 in Israel, and TAU Alumni had 12 entries. The university has been ranked 8th among the top 10 schools globally for producing successful, venture capital-backed founders of companies, in a survey of over 13,000 entrepreneurs worldwide (Pitchbook 2019). TAU remains the only non-U.S. university to make the top 10

Chabad of Greater Downtown Detroit was established to support Jewish life in the city of Detroit by serving the people who Live, Work, Play, Study and Give in Detroit.

Chai Lifeline Canada is a non profit organization dedicated to helping Canadian children suffering from serious illness as well as their family members. When a child is born or diagnosed with a serious illness, the entire family is affected. Families literally can be torn apart as one parent moves into the hospital to be with the sick child. Siblings, already worried about a brother’s or sister’s health, suffer greatly when their daily routines are disrupted. The financial devastation that can occur when one parent misses work for extended periods of time or leaves work entirely to care for their child can upset even the best-functioning family unit. Chai Lifeline Canada steps in, offering whatever is needed. Counseling for each member of the family, volunteers who bring an extra measure of adult attention and stability to children’s lives, tutoring for children who must miss school for extended periods of time, family retreats, special sibling programs, information, peer and professional support, and two extraordinary summer camp programs for seriously ill children help families retain a sense of normalcy and hope while fighting even the most dire pediatric diseases. All programs are free of charge. Chai Lifeline Canada is a registered Canadian charity Reg. No. 85656 5536 RR0001