The Jewish Fund was established in 1997 from the sale proceeds of Sinai Hospital to the Detroit Medical Center. Sinai Hospital was a Jewish community funded facility that grew into one of metropolitan Detroit’s top health care institutions. As a legacy of Sinai Hospital, The Jewish Fund continues the tradition of assuring excellent and compassionate care for those in need in Metropolitan Detroit by awarding grants to help vulnerable individuals improve their health and human condition.
The Jewish Fund Teen Board: This grant provides conference support and internship stipends for The Jewish Fund Teen Board members interested in working in the social impact sector.
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Members of The Jewish Teen Board are pictured here following a day of site visits.
The Jewish Teen Board pictured here is enjoying a site visit to Brandeis University.