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Mitzvah Day

Mitzvah Day is the largest single day of volunteering in the metropolitan Detroit Jewish community.  

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Bridging Communities

JCRC/AJC builds bridges between the Jewish and other religious and ethnic communities to promote cooperation and meaningful relationships.

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Media Relations

We are the media’s key link to the Detroit Jewish community, ensuring a Jewish perspective is presented on pertinent issues and opinions that are expressed to the public

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Our Impact


Volunteers on Mitzvah Day 2019


Attendees at events during 2019-2020 program year

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Each year, JCRC/AJC hosts and sponsors a variety of events ranging from lectures about Israel to volunteer days and interfaith celebrations.

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Whether advocating for a strong U.S.-Israel relationship or other significant public issues, JCRC/AJC mobilizes the community to take action.

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From literacy tutoring to Mitzvah Day on Christmas, JCRC/AJC brings together members of the community by creating opportunities to make a difference.

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Areas of Focus

The representative of the metropolitan Detroit Jewish community and Israel to the general community, JCRC/AJC concentrates its efforts on making a difference in the areas that matter the most to our local constituents.


JCRC/AJC advocates, educates and mobilizes the local community to take action in support of Israel, including advocating for a strong U.S.-Israel relationship and promoting a successful Middle East peace process


Through partnerships, events, community programs and discussions, JCRC/AJC works to maintain and improve ongoing relationships with major ethnic, religious, racial and civic groups in metropolitan Detroit.


JCRC/AJC “builds a community of activists,” which includes Jewish and non-Jewish community members, leaders and organizations, by creating opportunities for hands-on social action.


In October 2016, the Michigan legislature passed a law stating that third-grade students, starting with those attending during the 2018-2019 academic year, could be held back if they are more than one grade level behind in reading, based on their standardized test scores.


JCRC/AJC is the media relations agency for the Detroit Jewish community, serving as the primary resource for print, broadcast and online outlets on topics relating to Israel, Judaism and the local Jewish community.

Public Affairs

JCRC/AJC maintains a direct, on-going connection to public officials at the federal, state and local level, while remaining nonpartisan. Through meetings, targeted outreach and events, we strive to keep top decision-makers informed of important issues including Israel, immigration and gun violence prevention.

JCRC/AJC’s mission is to represent the metropolitan Detroit Jewish community, Israel and Jews throughout the world to the general community, and to establish collaborative relationships with other ethnic, racial, civic and religious groups. JCRC/AJC educates and advocates on important issues, seeking consensus with a commitment to Jewish values.

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