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Women's Event Recap

On Wednesday, April 10, the Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor’s Women's Philanthropy presented The Real Truth About Human Trafficking: A Panel Discussion.

The event began with a special pre-glow dinner celebrating our Lions of Judah & Pomegranates in gratitude for their philanthropi…

Itai Anghel

On April 3, over 90 community members gathered to hear renowned Israeli war correspondent and documentarian, Itai Anghel. Itai has been in Ann Arbor during the academic year as part of the prestigious Knight-Wallace Fellowship program at the University of Michigan. During the lecture, “ISI…

Udi Shaham

On April 1, 25 people gathered to hear former Jerusalem Post reporter Udi Shaham speak about the upcoming Israeli elections and how Israel’s diverse society impacts the political map.

Udi’s presentation gave community members a better understanding of the complexities of Israeli electio…

Community-Wide Special Needs Inclusion – The Beginning of a Process

By: Sharyn J. Gallatin, Esq.


The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor has convened a group of community leaders to begin a process of developing a community-wide approach to accessibility and inclusion for individuals with special needs and their family members. Representatives from Ann …

National Women’s Philanthropy Board Welcomes Joan Lowenstein

The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor offers a huge Mazal Tov to Joan Lowenstein, on her appointment to the Jewish Federation of North America’s (JFNA) Women’s Philanthropy Board. JFNA’s Women’s Philanthropy Board is a group of women leaders from across the country who are nomin…