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Hazon Seal Recipients 2019

Hazon Detroit

The only way we’re going to get it together, is together
—Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, z”l
 

Welcome to a growing community of Metro Detroiters exploring health, environmental awareness, nature, the outdoors, and food in all its delicious interconnectedness. We are educators and learners. We are among those making a connection to our deep wisdom tradition grounded in wonder and gratitude. We claim justice and Tikkun Olam as part of who we are. Hazon in Detroit is here to support you in creating a healthier, more sustainable way of life, community, and world.

We work to strengthen existing congregations, organizations and individuals through education, earth-based ritual, greening for sustainability and regeneration.

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6735 Telegraph Road
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Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
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Our Team

Amit Weitzer   Director of Hazon, Detroit

Amit is the Director of Hazon, Detroit and for the past 15 years, Amit has supported collaborative teams committed to cultivating youth leadership and igniting young people to become involved in social and environmental movements. As the Camp Tavor Executive Director, Amit oversaw programs that empower and equip young people and young adults to act on critical social and environmental issues. Amit has a Masters of Social Work from the University of Michigan, focused on youth and community development. Amit lives in Hamtramck, Michigan and loves to spend time hiking, canoeing, picnicking and potlucking with her partner, Evan, her children, Raviv and Lior, and her extraordinary community of friends and family.

Detroit, MI | 248.275.1950 | amit.weitzer@hazon.org
Carly Silverman   Education and Program Manager of Hazon Detroit

Carly is the Education and Program Manager for Hazon, working to develop and facilitate immersive outdoor experiences, environmental education and stewardship programming in Detroit. Prior to Hazon, Carly was the Director of Youth Programs at the Peninsula JCC, working to create transformative and engaging camp and afterschool programs. Carly has a Masters of Science in Environmental Studies, concentrating on urban environmental education and environmental justice and is excited to be back in Michigan (her home state) with her wife and two cats, after living in Bay Area, California for 10 years. When not at work, you can find Carly at the climbing gym, learning the banjo, planning her next camping trip, and trying new food.

Detroit, MI | 248.419.9446 | carly.silverman@hazon.org
Julia Cunnien   Seal of Sustainability Program Manager for Hazon Detroit

Julia is Hazon Detroit’s Seal of Sustainability Program Manager and is excited to help put more gardens and other sustainable projects into action. Julia fell into a relationship with urban farming during her time as a PeerCorps member (Repair the World’s teen program). She went off to the University of Michigan to obtain an environmental studies degree and then headed straight for Detroit. She had a wonderful experience working as an Americorps VISTA as a Youth Engagement Coordinator and the garden assistant at Yad Ezra. In her free time Julia enjoys reading, yoga, biking, and convincing all her friends to come to Shabbat dinner!

Detroit, MI | julia.cunnien@hazon.org

Our Partners

Hazon’s work in Metro Detroit is made possible by the generosity of the following funders:


The William Davidson Foundation seeks to have impact in the following areas of interest:

  • Preserving and enhancing Jewish identity and tradition in the United States and Israel, with a special interest in Southeast Michigan.
  • Strengthening and revitalizing the Southeastern Michigan region.
 

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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.

 

Ben N. Teitel Charitable Trust