Michigan Jewish Food Festival

Aug 15, 2021 - 9:00 am EDT - 4:00 pm EDT

Thank you for joining us! View photos from the 2021 event here.

Support sustainability and strong Jewish values!

*Although attendees remain in their cars throughout the event, for safety, we ask that everyone ‘mask up.’

We’re b-a-a-ack! Roll along with us as we take you through the always exciting 2021 Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival! Join us on this magical day as we celebrate safely at a new location and a new time.

Sunday, August 15th, 9am-4pm
Visit stations on the amazingly beautiful grounds of the Marygrove Conservancy Campus in Detroit (8425 W. McNichols Rd. Detroit). You will see the organizations and businesses that you have come to love over the years as well as new ones!

The Festival will engage children, teens, adults, seniors, and families in transformative and educational experiences in the areas of food, food justice, farming, sustainability, environmental initiatives, climate change, and health for themselves and their communities while having an amazing and fun time! We can each take action towards making this a better and more sustainable world for all!

SEE circus performers performing along the route

HEAR how Hazon and our community partners are supporting and/or making a sustainable difference in our communities

TASTE delicious samples of foods that will delight your taste buds

ENJOY a unique drive-thru experience that highlights how we can all do our part to care for our world

RECEIVE lots of fun goodies and activities

The Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival is Hazon’s largest event in the country and Michigan’s largest annual Jewish event! So fill up your car with eager family members and friends, and get ready to be transported to a festive world of learning and entertainment, as we strive together towards the vision of a healthier and happier planet.

There are two links below, one to register to attend and one to volunteer. Remember that you can do both, just not during the same time slot!

Limited spots available, registration is required. Register below!


Volunteers help to make this great event a success! To volunteer, sign up below!


If you would like to participate in the Festival as a sponsor, vendor, or organizational partner, or if you have general questions about the Festival, please contact Hazon Detroit’s Food Festival Manager Marla Schloss at marla.schloss@hazon.org.




 Ben N. Teitel Trust 



Kimmel Scrap Iron & Metal Company

Topor’s Pickles

Michigan Interfaith Power & Light

The Detroit Jewish News

Elwin & Company

Busch’s Fresh Food Market

Michigan Farm To Freezer





Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit


Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

Jewish War Veterans Department of Michigan

NEXTGen Detroit

Tamarack Camps

Temple Beth El

Temple Israel



Congregation Shir Tikvah

Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue

Jewish Family Service of Metro Detroit

Jewish Senior Life

JVS Human Services

Temple Kol Ami



Adat Shalom Synagogue

Bais Chabad Torah Center West Bloomfield

BBYO Michigan Region

B’nai Israel Synagogue of West Bloomfield

Chabad of Greater Downtown Detroit

Congregation Beth Ahm

Congregation Beth Shalom

Congregation B’nai Moshe

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Detroit Jews for Justice

Frankel Jewish Academy

Hillel of Metro Detroit


Jewish Community Relations Council / AJC

Jewish Earth Alliance

Jewish Ferndale

Jewish Historical Society of Michigan

Limmud Michigan

National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan

ORT America Michigan Region

Repair the World Detroit

The Shul-Chabad Lubavitch

Woodward Avenue Shul

Temple Emanu-El

Temple Shir Shalom

The Well

Yad Ezra



Brightmoor Artisan Collective


Farmacy Food

Green America

Taste the Local Difference


Local Difference

Mystic Kettle

Oakland Avenue Urban Farm

Sophia’s Bakery

Strawbale Studio

Verellen Orchards

Walton’s Plants

Zip Printing