Seal of Sustainability

Hazon in Detroit is proud to be a part of a national campaign to green Jewish organizations through the Hazon Seal of Sustainability. The Hazon Seal provides guidance and support to advance sustainability-related education, action, and advocacy in the Jewish community. Participating institutions receive:

  • A roadmap to healthier food, less waste, meaningful JOFEE education, a lower carbon footprint, and more
  • A rich resource for knowledge and ideas
  • A network of Jewish and other faith-based organizations committed to sustainability, learning with and from one another
  • An annual certification to celebrate success and highlighting the progress of leaders in the field of sustainability
  • A channel to ignite and engage your community!

Although the Seal of Sustainability is run on a national scale, Hazon Detroit has dedicated staff on the ground that are able to build strong relationships and help our Sites accomplish all of their project goals. In 2016 we piloted the program with six Seal Sites. Now, our 32 Seal Sites represent over 38,000 individuals, doing the deeply Jewish work of caring for our planet.

Please join us in celebrating our 2020-2021 Hazon Seal of Sustainability Sites! View their accomplishments here.

  • Adat Shalom Synagogue
  • Beth Israel Congregation
  • Clover Hill Park Cemetery
  • Congregation B’nai Moshe
  • Congregation Beth Ahm
  • Congregation Shaarey Zedek
  • Congregation Shir Tikvah
  • Detroit Jews for Justice
  • Dor Hadash
  • Farber Hebrew Day School – Yeshivat Akiva
  • Frankel Jewish Academy
  • Habonim Dror Camp Tavor
  • Hillel Day School
  • Hillel of Metro Detroit
  • Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue
  • JARC
  • Jewish Family Service of Metro Detroit
  • Jewish Ferndale
  • Jewish Senior Life
  • Metro Food Rescue
  • Michigan Hillel
  • Repair the World: Detroit
  • Tamarack Camps
  • Temple Beth El
  • Temple Emanu-El
  • Temple Israel
  • Temple Kol Ami
  • Temple Shir Shalom
  • The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
  • The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
  • Young Israel of Southfield
  • Yad Ezra

To learn more about joining the Seal of Sustainability here in Metro Detroit email