Hadassah Midwest is comprised of Hadassah Chicago-North Shore, Hadassah Great Plains, Hadassah Greater Detroit and Hadassah Upper Midwest regions. That’s a broad range of territory, with chapters across 15 states. Each region and chapter have their own unique character, membership and spirit. But we also work together, joining in our collective mission to further the life-changing and lifesaving work of Hadassah, including medical care and research, women’s empowerment, education, advocacy, Jewish identity, youth development and philanthropy. Our work impacts lives in Israel, the United States and around the world. We are proud to be "The Power of Women Who DO." Join us!
Join us for an evening to reconnect with your friends, revive your love of Hadassah, and reinvolve yourself and your friends with Aviv. Come for a delicious boxed dinner outdoors at a private home, with guest speaker Carol Ogusky.
Author Karen Gooen will discuss her book, "Searching for Bubbe Fischer: the Pathway to Mah Jongg Wisdom", a combination mah jongg memoir and manual, and discuss the many benefits of playing mah jongg.
Join us for a day of shopping and fun as we celebrate and raise life-giving funds to support the marvels of Hadassah medical innovations. Guest speaker Marlee Matlin will speak at 1 pm on "Living Generously: Healing the World One Person At A Time".
The Celebration Continues after the conclusion of our Annual Meeting! Please join us as we honor Elaine and Dr. Stephen Sturman for their many years of devotion and service to Hadassah Greater Detroit with Dinner, Memories and Entertainment!
Join us as we pay tribute to Esther Yelen Berman and Marlene Kaplan, two exemplary pillars of the Hadassah and Jewish communities. Honor Esther and Marlene in person at Bryn Mawr Country Club and enjoy wonderful drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and desserts.
Author and past National Vice President of Hadassah, Liz Fox, will discuss her very personal book, which is based on excerpts of over 2000 letters written between her parents during World War II.
Join us for a wonderful luncheon and afternoon of music performed by 4 Strings Attached. Nina Friedman will be our Youth Aliyah speaker. We will also have a super prize drawing and silent auction to benefit Hadassah's Youth Villages.
Meeting over 6 sessions in 2021. The first book will be "Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family" by Robert Kolker, with a discussion led by Judy Levin. Future books will be chosen in subsequent meetings.
Do you love being a grandparent? Are you looking to share more of your Judaism with your grandchildren?If you're a grandparent with grandchildren aged 0-13 please take a journey with Hadassah new and old friends and discover new ways to connect!