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Entrepreneurship panel says to embrace failure
Philanthropy Roundtable, a grantee, hosted “Jumpstarting Entrepreneurship in your Community” in Detroit.
This Torah study tool is everywhere — but you may have never heard of it
Sefaria, the online library of Jewish texts and a grantee, has become the “red-hot center of the source sheet universe.”
The Gift of Glass
The Henry Ford, a grantee, describes new offerings for visitors to the museum and to Greenfield Village: the Davidson-Gerson Modern Glass Gallery and the Davidson-Gerson Gallery of Glass.
University of Miami’s TAMID chapter wins national award
Connecting Jewish college students with Israel is one of the many benefits of membership in TAMID, a grantee.
Detroit Homecoming events inspire former Detroiters to aid their hometown
Detroit Homecoming, a grantee, and its Jewish Expat Reception, welcomes back native Detroiters and enlists their involvement in helping the city.
Murals murals on the wall: Eastern Market shows them all
The muralists discuss the motivations for their artistic creations: increasing beauty and walkability in and around Eastern Market, a grantee, and area neighborhoods.
Hillel at 90
The University of Michigan’s Hillel House, a grantee, has offered a social and intellectual home to Jewish college students since 1927.
After His Own Business Stalled, Dan Carmody Took Over Detroit’s Eastern Market To Help Others
The president of Eastern Market, a grantee, discusses “economic democracy” and the increase in vendors, shoppers and new small businesses.
Nature Innovation Index measures impact of scientific research
Weizmann Institute of Science, a grantee, is ranked sixth on Nature magazine’s new, first-of-its-kind international index based on patent data.
Venture for America moves its accelerator to Detroit
Venture for America brings its small-business support program to Detroit with funding from the Foundation and Quicken Loans Inc.
Augmented Reality in Jewish Day Schools
This is one in a series of articles exploring the ways in which technology can be used to advance Jewish education.
Positively Electric: Energizing exhibits and entertainers will light up Detroit’s Midtown area
DLECTRICITY, a grantee, draws local, national and international artists to its annual festival of lights.
Motown Museum to begin phase one of $50 million expansion this fall
Motown Museum, a grantee, will begin restoring three homes adjacent to its Hitsville U.S.A. headquarters, a first step in its major expansion project.
DSO’s Asia tour a huge success
Sold-out concerts and standing ovations marked the Detroit Symphony Orchestra‘s 11-concert tour of China and Japan, funded in part by the Foundation.